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Connect Your Students to the World

Did you miss out on the Inaugural cohort in September? Due to high demand, we are running our most popular course again in October! Join now to be part of “What Culture Means to Us” starting October 17th.

Register Now for our October 2022 Cohort

What is the October Cohort?

Level Up Village has launched Global Connections, a brand-new and easy-to-use platform with engaging, collaborative courses. For this October, Level Up Village will pair up to 50 registered teachers and their classrooms with teachers and classrooms in another country. This Cohort of paired classrooms, for students ages 12-18, will take part in 6-8-week global exchanges. The exchanges will be in Spanish and English. Guided by our leveled Languages & Cultures* course content and student-friendly technology, students will make memorable connections with global peers and deepen their understanding of other cultures.

*Arts & Sciences Coming Soon!

Benefits for Teachers and Students

With LUV, teachers will...

With LUV, students will...

With LUV, teachers and students alike can be a part of the global movement!

How Do I Sign Up?

Complete the sign up form for each classroom.

Administrators should send this form to the teachers participating.

We’ll notify you once your account has been set up and your partner school has been matched.

You can then work directly with your global partner teacher to modify course dates and tasks, if desired.

$600 for 3 classrooms See complete pricing information here.

Schedule and Pacing

October 17 - December 9

* A suggested weekly plan will be provided.

** Students can be assigned to do tasks in school or at home, or a combination of both.

About the Course

What Culture Means to Us

Culture comes to life for students as they exchange videos describing and showing elements of their favorite holidays, festivals, music, clothing, and food. The purpose of this course is to converse about festivities that are unique within our community. In this course, students discover what life is like for other people in another culture through direct video exchanges with peers from another culture. Additionally, students effectively interact to discuss similarities and differences between their own and other cultures around the world and ask questions to elicit further information.
This course is ideal for students with 2 or more years of study (or equivalent) in the target language.