“Glocal Learning Inside-Out” Global Learning Summit 2022

Co-sponsored by the Center for European Studies, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, & UW-Madison Institute for Regional and International Studies

The Global Learning Summit is for Wisconsin K-12 educators and high school students, with an accompanying teacher. Teachers attend a morning workshop from 9:00-11:30 and are joined by high school learners at 11:45 for an engaging keynote, Q&A with globally engaged citizens, and collaborative action planning time. Review the Global Learning Summit Agenda to learn more!

High school educators may attend alone or accompany up to 20 students to this virtual event. All educators will receive a meeting link to share with their students. When registering, please indicate if students will be joining you for the afternoon program. You may edit your response after registering, to add additional student information. Click here for instructions on how to edit your response.

April 9, 2022 (Virtual Event)

THEMES: Global Competence and Global Learning for Glocal Action

Click here to REGISTER through Eventbrite

Registration is open through March 25. The first 80 Wisconsin K-12 educators to register will receive a complimentary copy of Becoming a Globally Competent Teacher by Ariel Tichnor-Wagner!

Event Schedule:

9:00-11:45 AM (educators only)

Morning workshop and resources for secondary-level teachers with Becoming a Globally Competent Teacher author, Ariel Tichnor-Wagner.

11:45 – 3:30 (educators + students)

Keynote, workshop, and focus sessions for high school students with their teachers. Featuring global educator, Jill Woerner, and time to plan global learning for glocal action!

See this event on the European Studies Calendar.