Level Up Village (LUV) looks forward to participating in the Global Ed Forum on Friday, Oct. 14th in Philadelphia! This event, sponsored by the Asia Society, will bring together more than 400 innovators, leaders and influencers in K-12 Global Education and Higher Ed.
The Global Ed Forum will feature a variety of interactive workshops, rousing talks and offer plenty of time to mix & mingle with like-minded educators and influencers in global education.
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We’ll showcase our recently relaunched, mobile-friendly Global Communications Platform throughout the day on Friday and demonstrate a live global exchange with our partners in Pakistan and Nicaragua from 12:30-2:30p. We are also pleased to be sponsoring the Shared Studios portal along with VIF, The Qatar Foundation and P21, which all share our commitment to promoting global competency.
Find us at Level Up Village booth on Friday from 12:30-2:30 and outside the Shared Studios tent the rest of Friday afternoon. Stop by to learn more about our pioneering global STEAM courses and how we facilitate meaningful global collaboration between students from around the world. Educators will also have a chance to sign up to be among the first to offer our new Global Perspectives: Fractured Lands (WWI- ISIS) course and other new offerings, set to launch in 2017.
Several Level Up Village team members will be on-site, including CEO & Co-Founder Amy McCooe, Co-Founder & Global Strategy Advisor Neesha Rahim and Curriculum Director Erin Dowd.
“The Global Ed Forum provides an exciting opportunity to get on the leading edge of global education and interact with passionate educators and organizations like ourselves that are committed to helping prepare students navigate the global economy,” said Level Up Village CEO & Co-Founder Amy McCooe. “We look forward to taking part in what’s sure to be an exciting exchange of ideas about how best to equip students with important 21st Century skills and the global mindset they’ll need, while empowering them to make a difference along the way.”