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Global Speakers Program

Overview

The Kellogg Institute’s Global Speakers Program matches Notre Dame students who have experience living in the developing world with local K–12 classrooms. These ambassadors can add a sense of excitement and authenticity to the curriculum by presenting photos and stories about life in other countries. Read about this semester’s speakers by clicking on their names below.

Students are willing to go to schools in the immediate Notre Dame area. There is no fee, but schools are asked to provide appropriate audio-visual equipment for the presentation. We request a minimum of two weeks advanced notice to schedule a speaker.

Notre Dame students who would like to apply for the Global Speakers Program, click here.

The Global Speakers Program is closed for the summer. Check back in the fall for new speakers and topics.

Speakers and Topics for 2014-15

Kereknaan "KK" Fiannaan

Kereknaan "KK" Fiannaan: Nigeria, Gabon, Ghana

Sarah Stubbs

Sarah Stubbs: India and Ecuador

Alexandria Kristensen Cabrera

Alexandria Kristensen Cabrera: Dominican Republic

Ryan Schultheis

Ryan Schultheis: Central American Asylum Seekers; Chile

Checklist for Teachers Preparing for a Speaker

Evaluation for the Host Teacher after a Teaching Event


 

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