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International Teacher Discussion Groups

International Teacher Discussion Groups are designed to allow K-12 teachers the opportunity to learn, discuss, share and create.  These events involve brief lectures from some of the top scholars in the country, including ND faculty as well as faculty from our Visiting Fellows Program.  Teachers have the opportunity to discuss their questions and ideas about these topics.  Discussion groups are also forums to allow teachers to brainstorm and share ideas on how to effectively incorporate relevant International topics into their curriculum. 

International Discussion Groups are offered to provide a space for teachers to discuss international issues with their peers.  Teachers are able to learn from each other as well as from faculty.  Teachers are able to share ideas, lesson plans and stories about how they are working to internationalize their curriculum. Teachers will also experience International food at each event.
Topics are based on suggestions from teachers participating in the group.

Note: Teacher Discussion Groups are not currently being scheduled.

For resources and information from previous Teacher Discussion Groups, please click here.


 

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