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The Economics of a Ghanaian Classroom

Adjusting perspectives of time and culture in the Teachers for Global Classrooms Program

Photographer in Bangladesh

Interactive Media teacher Geoffrey Hiller reflects on his time in Bangladesh.

Passion for Education

Khawaja saw many similarities between Americans and Pakistanis, similarities that did not always translate through media outlets.

Lessons on Teaching the Hearing Impaired

Lessons on Culture and Teaching in the International Leadership Educators Program.

Fashion and the English Language

As a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) in Malaysia, Lynn ElHarake faced the challenge of making the English language learning process interesting for her students. So she decided a good solution would be to merge her interests in fashion with English lessons.

Democratic Classrooms

Encouraging conversations and democratic classrooms in the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program

Connecting Through Science

Randy French teaches middle school science in western New York State and recently travelled to Ghana with the Teachers for Global Classrooms program; where he spent a week at the Accra Girls school.

Community Outreach through Coaching Softball

Daley’s experience as an ETA in Malaysia was enriched through coaching softball.

Bridging East and West in the Classroom

Inspiring ideas from an east-west classroom experience.

Blind Student Finds New Confidence Teaching in a Foreign Country

Once Andrey was accepted into the program, the realities of being disabled in a foreign country came to the forefront of his mind.

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