International Education Week (IEW), November 18-22, 2019, is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. Woven into the fabric of that plan was the overwhelmingly most popular response: Masonry should become a force for profoundly invigorating our Public Schools. The celebration is intended to bring attention to the cause of arts education for elected officials and educational decision makers across the country and to support equitable access to the arts for all students.
To create the type of environments where learning can flourish and to seize the opportunities of tomorrow, we must ensure students are able to learn in ways and places that work for them. This exciting event is presented by the New Zealand Welfare and Self-Reliance Services DepartmentÂ of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
It is intended for K-20 educators, group leaders, or after school program leaders who want to understand how to develop global competence in their learners. Five hundred events are scheduled to take place across the country to mark the Week Against Racism and anti-Semitism in France, according to the inter-ministerial delegation against racism, anti-Semitism and LGBT hate (Dilcrah).
Across the country, schools host events under a theme proposed by the National Education Association (NEA). Workshops, mini-conferences or seminars for the general public or a specific audience, such as faculty members or students, on how to use open materials, understanding open licences, how to modify materials for classroom use, or how to create OERs.
Teacher appreciation week is a great opportunity for international students to be included and have fun in the celebrations. First, Public Schools are funded by tax monies paid by taxpaying citizens. With a live demo and deep dive into Ivy Tech’s story, you’ll walk away learning how institutions can create impactful workforce development programs and pathways to success for every student.