ICT-Integrated Innovative Education for Global Citizenship to Eliminate Poverty
SPONSOR: IVECA Center for International Virtual Schooling
CO-SPONSORS: The Permanent Mission of Tunisia to the United Nations, UNESCO New York Office,
CoNGO Committee on Education, Learning and Literacy, Legion of Good Will-Latin America, Young
Global Leadership Foundation, China Great Wall Society, Voices for Bangla
GEIG- US is hosting a panel featuring 3-4 trailblazing women in their respective industries. The discussion will highlight the work, journeys, and achievements of these women under the umbrella of our “women who inspire us” series.
Trailblazing Women- A Women’s Day Celebration featuring
The Youth Worker Leadership Conference is an interactive and exciting event for high school students working with youth of all abilities. On Sunday, March 19, 2017, we will bring together approximately 250 high school-aged youth in the greater New York City area to honor and engage these young professionals. The Youth Worker Leadership Conference will include dynamic speakers, hands-on activities, and workshops, including…
The conference is completely free to attend, though advanced registration is requested and a chaperone must attend with students under 18.
SAVE THE DATE for the 2017 Public Service Career Expo on Thursday, March 2! ( flyer attached)
The 2017 Public Service Career Expo is hosted by New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and a consortia of other leading public policy institutions including:
• Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College
• Cornell University, Cornell Institute for Public Affairs
• Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
The use of Universal Design for Learning and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) enable more accessible and cross-culturally collaborative learning environments for all learners, including those with disabilities, both in the U.S. and globally. This side event explores how education can contribute to reducing poverty and enhancing human life and what kind of teaching and learning best address the needs of all learners. The panelists discuss theory-based framework to apply universal curriculum design that engages various learners and cultural diversity and promotes intercultural competence of global citizenship. By introducing best practices of using ICT and emerging technologies in the United States, Africa, Latin America, and Asia, the panelists recommend universal and global learning environment for all students including girls from different cultures and diverse socioeconomic backgrounds.