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Learn More About Level Up Village Programs at ISTE!

Are you attending the ISTE conference this week in Denver, Colorado? If so, stop by the Global Learning Playground on Wednesday, June 29 to find out how to create impactful global learning experiences for your students through Level Up Village programs.  


Find out how to connect your students to peers across the globe through Level Up Village’s Global Conversations at the ISTE Global Learning Playground on June 29.

Find out how you can connect students at your school with partner students in developing countries via Level Up Village’s 21st Century pen pal program – Global Conversations – from 9:00-10:00am at Table 8. (See articles about this innovative course in EdutopiaBusiness Insider and Greenwich Time.) 

Then, third grade teacher Esra Murray will explain how she combined Global Collaboration with CAD Design, 3D printing  and the Engineering Design Cycle through Level Up Village’s Global Inventors course. Meet Esra from 10:00-11:00am at Table 9.

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Using CAD to design solar-powered flashlights in Kevin Jarrett’s Global Inventors course in Northfield, New Jersey, in collaboration with partners in Jordan.

It’s more important than ever before to provide experiences that build compassion, confidence, empathy and global connection. In fact, global communication and collaboration skills are now an essential section of National Common Core, Next Generation Science and ISTE Standards and are also a critical success factor in our increasingly global economy. By partnering with us, you can provide powerful learning experiences that not only meet these new standards, but also create meaningful connections between your students and peers from across the globe.

In all of Level Up Village’s pioneering STEAM (STEM + arts) courses, students collaborate on projects on a global scale. They also learn about the daily life and culture of their global partners through the exchange of video messages on our secure global communications platform. By partnering with us, schools help  sponsor STEAM education in the developing world: a portion of tuition is used to donate the same course and all supplies to one of our Global Partner organizations through our “Take a Class, Give a Class” model.

If you are not attending ISTE but would like to find out more, please click here to schedule a time to talk to a Level Up Village team member.


Students in Greenwich, Connecticut ,exchange video messages with their global partners in Pakistan in Global Conversations: Malala Yousafzai.