Global Teaching Dialogue

Internationalize your teaching, exchange ideas, build relationships!

The U.S. Department of State invites K-12 teachers to the Global Teaching Dialogue on the afternoon of Friday, July 28, 2017, at the George C. Marshall Center, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C. This in-person event is FREE but pre-registration is required and attendees must cover their own transportation and accommodation expenses. Please email TeacherExchange@state.gov to register.

Come join the Teachers Exchange Program team, alumni of U.S. Department of State fellowship programs for teachers, and other leaders in global education for a dialogue about preparing our youth for a globally connected future. The agenda will include presentations, discussions, a resource fair, and a networking reception. All teachers who participate can request a certificate for 3 hours of professional development to present to their educational authority for potential CEU credit.

Register for the event by emailing TeacherExchange@state.gov and one of our team members will follow up with you.

Important Security Information

You will be asked for your date of birth and identification information in advance. In order to gain entry to the conference, you must bring the same form of identification that you provided on the form with you on July 28.

Building Access Information

The George C. Marshall Center address is 320 21st Street NW, Washington, D.C. Please use the entrance labelled United States Diplomacy Center at the intersection of Virginia Avenue and 21st Street NW. By automobile, the best way to approach the building is from the north, as 21st Street is a one-way southbound only street. Please note that parking is very limited around the State Department, thus we recommend travelling via taxi or Metro. The closest metro station is Foggy Bottom, located at 23rd and I Streets NW on the Blue and Orange Lines. It is about a 10 minute walk from the station to the Marshall Center.

We will have staff outside the building with signs to help you find the correct entrance. Please do not use any other entrance as we will only be able to escort you to the event from the Marshall Center entrance. Please reference the map below for guidance.

2016 Global Teaching Dialogue Brings the World to the U.S.

Read more HERE

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See photos from the 2016 Dialogue