The School Leadership Summit's founding sponsor is TICAL, a Statewide Educational Technology Services Project funded by the California Department of Education and Arkansas Department of Education under the auspices of the Santa Cruz County Office of Education. TICAL's mission is helping K-12 school leaders provide informed and effective leadership in the use of technology to improve education.
The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) is the largest umbrella organization for school administrators in the nation, serving more than 15,000 education professionals. The mission of ACSA is to support California’s educational leaders; ensure all students have the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel; and champion public education.
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|Wilson Entertainment and Consulting LLC is a consulting service providing professional development workshops and job-embedded assistance to teachers and administrators in integrating technology into the Common Core Curriculum. Teachers and teaching are still the most effective way to educate students in the 21st Century. However the 21st Century has provided many new and innovative tools for teachers to use. To this end, it is imperative that educators learn as much about these tools as possible. Our workshops and onsite help cover various topics including flipping classrooms, using social media in the classroom, preparing engaging multi-media presentations, capturing and editing audio and video content for use in the classroom, using cameras in the classroom, screencasting, creating an online presence, and maintaining an engaged classroom. Larry Wilson is a retired classroom teacher with 17 years in the classroom and he understands how to make technology meaningful for teachers. Feel free to contact him for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 501.915.2991.|
Partner organizations are listed below. Our goal for the conference is to have it be a milestone event, bringing together organizations and individuals from all over the world. We recognize that much of the outreach for this conference will come from libraries, schools, or organizations who advertise the conference to their memberships, and we want to recognize and "reward" those who do this.
Whether you are a small district/agency or a multi-national organization, we want to encourage you to become a conference partner. You apply at http://admin20.org/group/partners and must be non-commercial and primarily or substantively focused on school, district, regional, or state educational leadership. Once approved, your organization will be listed with a link, logo, and a short description; and you will be provided with a "spotlight" speaker session in the conference.
There are no financial obligations for being a partner organization--all we ask is that you actively promote the conference to your membership and network, and encourage participation as well as presentations and submissions.
|Ahmadu Bello University
Ahmadu bello university a university which empowers the developers of tomorrow, we are always ahead.
|Aid Organization (AO)
Aid Organization was established in 1998 as a nonprofit, non governmental, non - political, voluntary development organization (NGO). At the begging of Aid Organization few development approaches had been taken in response to the felt needs of the neglected disadvantaged people of the poor communities. Some enthusiastic social worker educationalists and dedicated youth initiated the establishment of the Aid Organization with a view to educate and help its target beneficiaries improving their over all socio-economical condition and standard of their living. The main objectives of Aid Organization are to improved skills based capacity of its target beneficiaries of the under privileged families of the poor communities in rural and urban areas through incessant motivation, training, education, organization building and action programs for their own benefits. Aid Organization is intended to provide necessary technical and financial supports to the target to beneficiaries to acquire adequate Skills and knowledge leading to self employment. Its or theirs objectives are to foster qualitative and quantitative improvement in the living of the target beneficiaries of the poor communities. Aid Organization desires to ensure socio-economic development of the target groups along. with their active and conscious participation in different development activities for their own development and to build a society free from exploitation, oppression and injustice, where every individual will be able to live in peace and harmony. With some of these development initiatives in mind. Aid Organization has been working among the neglected people especially women since its inception, in a spirit of equality, mutual trust and exploitation of human resources for the well being of the marginal families of the poor communities. Aid Organization helps the unemployed youths in acquiring technical skills through different training for their self reliance. Aid Organization forms groups of unemployed women and then works for their empowerment through education, skill development training and then enter with action oriented programs with their participation. Impacts of on-going training and development programs are significant where youths and poor women of the disadvantaged communities are being ensured with necessary supports, they need. And such programs need to be increased and expanded elsewhere in the poor communities, where Aid Organization is active. But adequate financial assistance is an urgent need to meet the growing necessity and to achieve remarkable and sustainable development. Its other objective s to foster qualities and quantitative improvement in the living of the target beneficiaries of the poor communities.
|AIESEC Sierra Leone
Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (AIESEC; pronounced aie-sec) is a global youth organization that develops leadership capabilities through their internal and external leadership programs and engages students and graduates in international student exchange and internship programs for profit and non-profit organizations. The acronym stands for International Economic and Commercial Sciences Students Association, however the acronym is no longer in use as it is outdated. Its international office is in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
|Algerian Association of Teachers of English ( AATE )
The Algerian Association of Teachers of English AATE brings together Algerian English teachers in conferences, training workshops, seminars, publishing newsletters, teaching documents, and materials to assist teachers in their career development. Members of the association are not only teachers, but also retired teachers, students, teacher-training institutions and departments of English language in universities.
|American Institutes for Research
PowerUp WHAT WORKS is your free pathway to “anytime, anyplace” professional learning opportunities. If you are a teacher, principal, school leader, PD coordinator, or teacher educator, PowerUp offers you customizable resources to improve teaching and learning for struggling students and those with disabilities. It weaves together four key areas: Evidence-based practices; Common Core State Standards (CCSS); Technology in schools and classrooms; Personalization of learning through UDL and differentiated instruction.
|Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators
AAEA was incorporated over 30 years ago with the goal of seeking continual improvement in the quality of education and educational leadership in Arkansas. To this end, AAEA has committed itself to supporting school leaders through legislative representation, advocacy and professional learning opportunities. The AAEA is an umbrella association with twelve constituent educational administrator organizations. All school administrators who are members of the AAEA are also members of at least one of the constituent organization
|Association of California School Administrators
The Association of California School Administrators was established in 1971. ACSA is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the nation, serving more than 16,000 school leaders. The mission of ACSA is to support California’s educational leaders; ensure all students have the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel; and champion public education. More than two dozen job-alike and issue-oriented councils and committees, a board of directors and a delegate assembly keep ACSA focused on school leadership and on education policy issues at the local, state and federal levels.
As an affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), AzTEA has adopted and supports ISTE’s mission to empower learners to flourish in a connected world by cultivating a passionate professional learning community, linking educators and partners, leveraging knowledge and expertise, advocating for strategic policies, and continually improving learning and teaching. We believe that all learners, no matter their age, position, cultural, geographic, or socioeconomic situation, must participate in a robust digital learning environment to acquire the skills and knowledge to succeed in their choice of college and career. Our community of learners consists of everyone involved in a child’s education from the students, educational professionals, parents and the community as a whole. We further believe that: all learners are entitled to digital-age professionals who possess the skills and knowledge to implement personalized learning that is meaningful, challenging, and engaging curriculum. AzTEA believes that initial preparation of teachers, and their on-going professional learning, is key to providing professionals with the skills and knowledge to prepare learners for their future. We further believe that educators must be co-learners with their students and colleagues around the world.
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|California School Library Association
California School Library Association is a professional association for California school teacher librarians and other school library personnel. The association advocates for excellence in school libraries, develops leaders in the school library field, and collaborates with other educational leaders to ensure that all California students are effective and responsible users and creators of ideas and information.
|Center for Teaching Quality
The Center for Teaching Quality (CTQ) is a national nonprofit that’s transforming the teaching profession through the bold ideas and expert practices of teacher leaders. Join the movement at www.teachingquality.org.
|Cheery Children Education Centre
The Cheery children education Centre was founded in 2009 and it’s situated in the heart of the Kibera slums in Nairobi Kenya. There are approx. 2.5 million slum dwellers in about 200 settlements in Nairobi, the capital and largest city in Kenya, representing 60% of the Nairobi population, occupying about 6% of the land. Kibera houses almost 1 Million of these people, making it the biggest slum in Africa and one of the biggest in the world. The sole purpose of the Centre is to serve children from vulnerable families in Kenya especially those living in Kibera slum in Nairobi.We espouse the fact that Education is the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another and it’s the focus of CCEC and it remains one of our goals to remain true to the fact that quality and affordable access to education is more than a luxury; it is a responsibility that the society owes to itself
|Children and Youth in Development Organization
The Mission of Children and Youth in Development Organization is to Advocate and Defend the Rights of the Child and Promote better living condition for the most Vulnerable Children at Risk in the entire country. We also seek to give Children the Opportunity to Education and Child Development for future sustainability.
|Colegiul National Al. Odobescu
The school has 1000 students. Expertise as: computer science, natural sciences and languages.
|Common Sense Media
Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology. We aim to empower schools with complementary programs to help students harness the power of technology for learning and life.
CORE Education is a not for profit educational consultancy, professional learning and research organisation. At CORE we believe that new technologies are the most exciting way to engage 21st century learners across all education and training sectors. Our aim is to support and celebrate the amazing ways in which educators work with, and for their learners.
CoSN (the Consortium for School Networking) is the premier professional association for district technology leaders. For over two decades, CoSN has provided leaders with the management, community building, and advocacy tools essential for success. Today, the CoSN community represents nine million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K-12 education. - See more at: http://www.cosn.org/about-cosn#sthash.dChVyeiZ.dpuf
Computer-Using Educators, Inc. is a nonprofit educational corporation founded in 1978. CUE's goal is to advance student achievement through technology in all disciplines from preschool through college. With an active current membership of thousands of educational professionals, CUE supports many regional affiliates and Special Interest Groups. CUE Conferences are California’s premier educational technology events. CUE is the largest organization of its type in the west and one of the largest in the United States. Our members are important and as a value-added benefit, members are invited to participate in programs aimed at promoting and highlighting their success and achievements and furthering the mission of CUE.
Daanish Foundation is a registered charity in India. The organisation works as a support organisation in the north-western states of India with special focus on women and children. The program areas include strengthening participatory approaches to learning, inclusive education, quality education in schools, functional literacy for adult illiterates, capacity and skill building for youth, disaster management, environment & livelihoods support and strengthening local leadership in local self government.
|Department of Advanced Education Programs
The Department of Advanced Education Programs is engaged in learner-centered project-based learning using innovative Web 2.0 tools including the use of Google Apps for Education. Graduate students are exposed to a variety of open education resources as well as relevant content designed to enhance student learning in K12 education. The faculty is energetic, personable, and has a vast amount of face-to-face and online teaching experience in K16 education.
|Development Initiative for South Asians
DISA works to connect the development professionals as well as organizations to leverage opportunities and communicate faster to deliver the results. Our work is guided by our objective ‘Discover, Connect and Share for the Better World in South Asian perspective’. Our strength is our supporters, members and development sector professionals who believe in their choice of profession and believe in continuous development themselves with search and share the knowledge.
Ed-Links-Morocco aims to promote Language education by connecting students, teachers and supervisors to useful resources. Ed-Links-Morocco suggests annotated links to educational web sites containing lesson plans, curriculum resource materials, teaching tools, continuous assessment item banks as well as tutorials for the injection of ICT into on-going learning/teaching/supervisory practices. .
EdTechReview (ETR) is a community of and for everyone involved in education technology to connect and collaborate both online and offline to discover, learn, utilize and share about the best ways technology can improve learning, teaching, and leading in the 21st century.
|Education and English for You (EEFY)
We are a new Non Government Organization that operates in field of Education and English langauge. Our Oorganization is entitled Education and English for You (EEFY). We make the promotion of both education and English language. We are located in Cote d'Ivoire. The number of staff that are involved in this project is 25.You can follow our activities via https://www.facebook.com/ngoeefy or www.eefy.webs.com.
|Elkanah House Senior Primary School
Our school in Cape Town, South Africa, is one campus of the Elkanah House School. We are progressive in our education practice and believe in the holistic education of children. Our community outreach is significant and speaks to the importance of our pupils taking their place as active citizens who care for the needs of the greater community.
|Escuela Superior Francisco Mendoza
La Escuela Francisco Mendoza ofrece un nivel escolar de Superior en el pueblo de Isabela, Puerto Rico. La Escuela Publica Francisco Mendoza tiene localizado sus facilidades fisicas en Calle Corchado en el area de ISABELA, Puerto Rico.
|Excellence in Education Journal
The mission and goal of the EEJ is to promote scholarly writing about practices in education of children and adults worldwide and to share this writing in a free, open access, online journal format. We encourage teachers, professors, and other professionals worldwide to write or produce other electronic media about practices that promote the improvement of education. Submissions are double-blind, peer reviewed and are accepted year round with publication occurring annually in the spring.
Foundations, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization committed to improving educational experiences for America's children and youth – throughout the day, everywhere they learn. As the resource for building educational capacity, Foundations meets the unique needs of our clients with a wide range of services and products. Our Center for Afterschool and Expanded Learning supports K-12 educators in making out-of-school time a dynamic time for learning and healthy development through professional development and technical assistance. Our school services include school design and development, technical assistance, curriculum enhancement, instructional coaching and mentoring, and comprehensive business services.
|Games for Change
Games for Change facilitates the creation and distribution of social impact games that serve as critical tools in humanitarian and educational efforts. Since 2004, we've to further grow the field of social impact games by convening multiple stakeholders, highlighting best practices, incubating games, and helping create and direct investment into new projects.
|GEMS World Academy-Chicago
GEMS World Academy - Chicago is part of the GEMS Education network. From grades JK to 12th grade, our passionate and driven team of educators engages our students with a values-driven education focused on academic excellence. Our students develop character, creativity, personal leadership and entrepreneurial skills necessary to become future global citizens and world leaders
This is a girls secondary (high) school. We have 800 students and 30 teachers in our school. Students are enrolled from Grade 6 to Grade 10. In Std. 9 they can choose among the two groups (Arts and Science). We have 8 subjects from std. 6 to 8 and 5 subjects each in std 9 & 10. Our students take part in co-curricular activities like sports, debates, drama, singing, quiz competitions etc.
|Ghayarni Shokran Initiative
Unlocking Potentials & Enhancing Community: This short phrase sums up the mission of our initiative..We are trying to improve Youth thoughts and discover their potentials in order to help them use these potentials in serving their community and in changing the Whole World. And also our initiative is aiming to improve Leadership Capabilities in Youth...We believe that we will have the best Leaders that could change the world.
|Global Media Foundation
GLomeF is a human right media advocacy foundation serving as a vibrant voice for the voiceless in society
|Global Education Magazine
Global Education Magazine is inspired by universal values of the Declaration of Emerging Human Rights that aims to contribute to achieve the Millennium Development Goals by United Nations (MDGs) which is supported by the Regional Offices of Latin America and the Caribbean of UNESCO and UNHCR. An initiative launched by the teaching team that formulated the proposal most voted in the group “Sustainable Development for the Eradication of Poverty in Rio+20”. Global Education Magazine is an educational e-journal with international character that seeks to promote ideas and experiences from the work of educational professionals, as well as NGOs, Voluntary Associations, Supranational, National, Regional and Local Institutions and Organizations, that struggle every day to achieve the MDGs
|Global Nomads Group
We, Global Nomads Group, are a collection of people committed to fostering dialogue and understanding among the world’s youth. Bridging culture gaps and shattering misconceptions, we work at the intersection of cultural exchange, international education, and conflict resolution.We design and facilitate virtual exchange programs that connect young people focusing on one of three tracks: civic engagement, media literacy, and science,technology, engineering, math (STEM).
Global SchoolNet's mission is to support 21st century, brain-friendly learning, and improve academic performance through content-driven collaboration. We engage educators and students in brain-friendly e-learning projects worldwide to develop science, math, literacy and communication skills, foster teamwork, civic responsibility and collaboration, encourage workforce preparedness and create multi-cultural understanding. We prepare youth for full participation as productive and compassionate citizens in an increasing global economy. Founded in 1984, GSN is a 501(c)3 non-profit education organization.
|Global Voluntary Development Association
GVDA is a leading International non-profit making organization established in Kenya in 1997 . Its main aim is to :- play an active role within the international role exchange that promotes international understanding,intellectual learning and tolerance, to support community led initiatives , working together with people to help them achieve their sustainable goals for development. GVDA organizes activities that are focused on youth mobility and non formal education and volunteering and committed to promoting and development opportunities for for youth , students and people of all ages.Our programs are currently attracting hundreds of young people from abroad every year to participate in education and cultural programs that have a work element , including summer work combines, short term group,home-stays, mid , long term,internship, International volunteer positions, community dimension, cross-cultural learning, Eco tourism, community tourism, adventure and community services of people of all ages. GVDA partners with over 100 both local and international organizations that include grassroots community groups,government organizations,non-government organizations,university groups and private initiatives t bring an enormous diversity to the type of projects we offer. Our projects are generally either conservation,community development or a a mix of both with local communities. GVDA works directly with with local communities to provide assistance for ongoing sustainable development. GVDA program is a fully organized and professional program that has been working with local communities for many years to offer life changing volunteer projects that are safe, meaningful,sustainable and course of fun!
|Great Public Schools Network
The Great Public Schools Network is a place where teachers, parents, school support professionals, and community members share ideas and resources to improve student success. It is free and open to all!
|Green Lake School District
4K-12 Public School District located in Green Lake, Wisconsin. It is Wisconsin's only all IB school District. The total enrollment is 300 students. All students from 4K-6 have instruction in Spanish, physical education every day, as well as art and music taught by specialists. 95% of students attend 2 year or 4 year colleges. Green Lake Elementary School was recognized as a high performing Title I school by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Also has a Global and Environmental Academy Charter School for grades 7,8.
|Growing Global Educators
Growing Global Educators provides professional development workshops in Costa Rica for educators, bringing together educators from around the world to revitalize their practice while enjoying paradise. Growing Global Educators is excited to invite educators from around the world to learn together and explore ways to deepen their teaching practices, while experiencing the riches of La Paz Community School and Guanacaste, Costa Rica. This professional development institute will provide an interchange of best practices through hands on learning experiences focused on cultivating teachers of 21st Century learners. The Institute will provide educators a platform for reflecting on their beliefs and practices and challenging themselves to identify pathways for personal and potentially systematic growth.
|HeadThoughts Education Consultancy
HeadThoughts is the education consultancy of Arthur Preston who is a regular and popular speaker at workshops, conferences and seminars throughout South Africa and abroad. Topics covered include the use of social media and digital tools in the classroom, discovering what it means to be a contemporary teacher, exploring the concept of a 21st century educator and more.
|International Youth Congress of Pakistan
Vision: To foster a civic body of young people that collectively re-imagines and re-articulates a society that is more reflective of their generational values and beliefs. Mission: The International Youth Congress is a representative body that promotes awareness of global and local issues and helps resolve them based on the needs of the individual charters and the International Youth Congress as a whole. The International Youth Congress also acts as facilitator of social change and promotes humanitarian works and initiatives. In addition, the International Youth Congress will not support any legislation or candidate that does not or will not benefit the youth of today and/or tomorrow.
The iSchool Initiative vision is to revolutionize the American education system through technology and promote a new, creative culture of lifelong learning. To motivate teachers and administrators while also acclimating them to the Digital Learning Revolution (DLR), iSchool Initiative (iSi) first introduced the students-teaching-teachers approach to Professional Development (PD). This technique supplies answers as to why more technology should be incorporated in the classroom while simultaneously instructing teachers how to optimally use mobile devices.
|Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots
Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots is the youth-led community action and learning program of the Jane Goodall Institute. The program builds on the legacy and vision of Dr. Jane Goodall to place the power and responsibility for creating community-based solutions to big challenges in the hands of the young people. Through the program, young people map their community to identify specific challenges their neighborhoods face. From there, they prioritize the problems, develop a plan for a solution, and take action.
This is a FREE, asynchronous, online education conference open to EVERYONE. It is organized by educators for educators around the world interested in integrating emerging technologies into classroom practice. A goal of the conference (among several) is to help educators make sense of and meet the needs of a continually changing learning landscape. During the October conference each year, presentations are posted to our conference blog. The conference begins with a pre-conference keynote followed by two weeks of daily presentations. 40 presentations are published in four different strands, with four presentations posted per day. Since the conference is asynchronous you don't need to worry about time zones. View the presentations on-demand whenever it's convenient for you. Archived conference presentations from previous years are also available and accessible from the navigation links (organized by year) at the top of our blog. Our WONDERFUL keynote speakers and strand presenters make our conference an outstanding and ongoing learning experience for educators worldwide. Many schools and districts use these recordings throughout the year to provide professional development for their teachers by viewing them together and extending the experience with discussion, hands-on time and action planning. The K12 Online Conference is a total volunteer effort and is envisioned, planned and implemented by 4 co-convenors, several volunteers who also serve as organizers, and a fabulous group of volunteer presenters.
Kyusa is a registered NGO in Uganda that empowers youth especially school dropouts to turn their passions into sustainable careers. This is done through the development of skills in ICT, employable skills as well as entrepreneurship. This is coupled with free online learning, career based mentoring and apprenticeship. At the end of the program, the youth are empowered to start their own ventures and equipped to thrive in the labour market.90% of the youth that go through the program are able to successfully launch and scale their ventures with in three to six months after the program.
|Light Way Schools
The mission of Light Way Schools is to co-create a world-wide network of consciousness-based learning environments which fully support our children in reaching their unlimited potential within a self-sustaining community built on trust, joy, harmony, love and peace. Light Way Schools guides parents in the design and implementation of alternative and democratic home schooling programs through our Empowered Parents, Inspired Children course, known as E.P.I.C.
В 1998 году в связи с модернизацией и задачами многопрофильности образования, физико-математическая школа № 1030 была преобразована в Лицей 1557 и в этом статусе функционирует по настоящее время, сохранив углубленное обучение по математике и физике. Первой ступенью профильного обучения в Лицее является предпрофильная подготовка учащихся в 8-9 классах, отбор в которые происходит по результатам вступительных экзаменов. На этом этапе выявляются способности учащихся к обучению по программам углубленного изучения физики и математики. Вторая ступень – организация системы обучения по индивидуальным учебным планам. Обучение по индивидуальным учебным планам позволяет реализовать каждому учащемуся личные интересы при подготовке к выбору будущей профессии. Изучение тех углубленных курсов, которые ему нужно будет сдавать в институт, сроки их прохождения, личные пожелания в реализации индивидуального учебного плана помогают ему подготовиться к вступительным экзаменам на выбранную специальность. За годы работы Лицея с ИУП возникла необходимость дифференцируемого подхода к разделению учащихся по группам по математике и физике, которая реализуется в 9-х классах. Разделение по группам происходит по рейтинговым баллам, которые учащиеся набирают в 9 классе в течение всего года по результатам срезовых работ. Разделение на дифференцированные группы по физике и математике обусловлено также решением одной из важных задач, которая стоит перед всеми образовательными учреждениями: повышение качества математического и физического образования учащихся на основе преемственности общего среднего и высшего профессионального образования.
Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) is the state’s leading organization for educators with a passion for technology in education. Starting as a grassroots organization 32 years ago with 15 teachers meeting in a school library, we have grown to 750+ active members and 100+ corporate members. We host New England’s premier annual technology conference at Gillette Stadium with over 1,800 attendees, major national keynote speakers, 150 different breakout sessions, 120 vendor hall, student showcase and more. We provide a wide range of professional development, partner to host events with like-minded organizations (MA Superintendents, MA School Libraries), and support local special interest groups. We are the state’s educational technology leaders dedicated to providing an innovative, strategic vision of the future of educational technology.
McREL is a nationally recognized nonprofit, nonpartisan education, research, and development organization that is dedicated to improving education for all students. Since 1966, we’ve turned knowledge about what works in education into practical guidance, products, and services for educators. In addition to our headquarters in Denver, Colorado, McREL has offices in Honolulu, Hawai’i and Melbourne, Australia.
|Mediterranean Center for Innovation in Education
The Mediterranean Center for Innovation in Education is a think thank dedicated to fostering rich dialogue, networking and innovative practice in international schools across the Mediterranean region. Based in Sotogrande, on the western tip of Spain’s beautiful Costa del Sol, it holds a variety of workshops, institutes and idea summits that fuse cutting edge research with innovative educational trends and paradigms. Participants in one of the Center’s institutes have the chance to interact with engaging and exciting educational ideas — such as the infusion of 21st century coaching and mentoring, game-based learning theory, blended learning, teacher-led action research, and visible thinking — as well as join a cohort of colleagues from other international schools. The Center facilitates ongoing dialogue and collaboration after the conclusion of all its activities, through a hosted digital platform that keeps cohorts connected and networking to continue the transformation of their practice.
Melibee Global aims to elevate the discussion about education abroad, culture, diversity and the lifelong path to global citizenship by offering trailblazing tools, speakers and professional development for the global education and travel communities.Melibee is a combination of the founder’s given name Melissa, which means “bee”. (Meli + bee.) As a person who has traveled a lot, I relate to the idea that bees travel, pick up pollen (information) and drop it off in a new location. That is very much what I hope Melibee is – a place for sharing information.
|Middle East Network on Innovative Teaching and Learning (MENIT)
The objective of the Middle East Network on Innovative Teaching and Learning (MENIT) is to support educational experts in their efforts to improve graduates’ capabilities in critical analysis and creative thinking. Established in 2011, the network assembles over 400 experts from Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Palestinian Territories. MENIT is currently being implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ),
|Muungano Development Gateways
Muungano Development Gateways is a non-profit NGO providing voluntary services to marginalized communities in rural areas of Kenya.MDG seeks to promote inter-cultural education ,international peace inter-human understanding and solidarity as well as sustainable community development through voluntary service.
|New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation
New Era Educational and Charitable Support Foundation is on a mission to establish cross-cultural leadership teams of young women and men, with skills that will help them emerge from dysfunctional families and a drug-influenced life on the streets, to become peer-leaders and agents of peace capable of helping themselves and influencing their communities for good. We are intentionally teaming spiritual innovators and other exemplary adults with needful youth to equip them to pass forward all they have learned as valuable, contributing agents of change in their communities. Beginning at the heart, we help young people commit themselves to education and concrete goals, while helping them discover and develop their unique talents, and potentiality. Both self-disciplined and imaginative, these youth are becoming productive citizens and leaders capable of teamwork and shaping a positive, sustainable society that rejects violence and insists on communication excellence and unbridled compassion for all.
|Next Vista for Learning
Next Vista for Learning works to foster and highlight creative approaches to teaching and learning, and our website, NextVista.org, houses a free, online library of videos made by and for teachers everywhere. Each year we run three academic contests to allow students to creatively explain something one might encounter in school, as well as an annual contest showcasing videos that describe service to others. Anyone interested in these or similar projects is welcome to contact us through the website or via email (email@example.com).
650+ Local community of inter-disciplinary technology startup focused entrepreneurs
|One More Generation
We are a nonprofit founded by two kids who are trying to educate the next generation of leaders about the need to clean up our environment. One More Generation (OMG) uses educational resources to help students understand the need to get involved with cleaning the environment.
OneAfricanChild is a non profit initiative founded primarily to aide children on the African soil into realizing their true identity and place in the society they belong. We serve by executing community projects that seeks to educate and transform the lives of children through sustainable empowerment.
|Partnership for Los Angeles Schools
The Partnership for LA Schools is a non-profit organization focused on turning around LA’s lowest performing public schools and on piloting innovations that can be scaled across the Los Angeles Unified School District, (LAUSD). Launched in 2008, the Partnership is a collaboration of LAUSD, the City of Los Angeles and the philanthropic sector, and today it serves more than 15,000 students across 17 campuses in Watts, Boyle Heights and South LA.
|Phobjikha Middle Secondary school
This school is a government school in the small valley of Himalayan Kingdom, Bhutan. Located at an altitude of 10,000 feet above sea level. The school has classes Pre Primary to Tenth standard with boarding facilities for children from far off places. Currently there are 550 students.
Primary Source educates K-12 teachers about world histories, cultures, and global issues. Through in-depth courses, teaching materials, and international study tours, we help educators gain the knowledge and tools they need to prepare students to thrive in today's interconnected world.
|Prince George's County Public Schools
Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), one of the nation’s 25 largest school districts, has 204 schools, approximately 124,000 students and nearly 18,000 employees. The district serves a diverse student population from urban, suburban and rural communities. PGCPS is nationally recognized for its innovative programs and initiatives, including the expansion of Advanced Placement courses and partnerships with businesses and institutions of higher learning. Prince George's County Public Schools was awarded the Distinguish Education Program award by Apple, Inc. for the successful implementation of the Transforming Education Through Digital Learning (TEDL) initiative in 2013.
Q.E.D. Foundation is a nonprofit organization providing training, coaching, and strategic consulting in the re-engagement of disengaged learners, effective design of engaging learning, youth voice, democratic practices, assessment for and of learning, equity, data collection and analysis, and math literacy coaching. Our vision is of communities where each individual is empowered to use his or her unique voice effectively and with integrity in co-creating our public world. Our mission is to create, inspire, cultivate, and sustain cultures of transformational learning where we are all learners, learning changes lives, learning needs to happen in different ways, and learning empowers us.
RASNO - is a group of enterprising young people who take an active role and are ready to directly participate in the design and implementation of projects related to the transformation of the system of education and science of the Russian Federation.
|Richland County School District One
K-12 Public School in Columbia, SC
ROI Association activates communities to facilitate a sustainable development through innovative educational, cultural and leadership programs in Romania.
The average American discards 3.4 pounds of garbage every day. Without recycling, we add unneeded pressure to our environment -- from our forests, to our deserts and to our oceans, by extracting more and more resources. Enter the Student Creative Recycle Art Program. S.C.R.A.P. Gallery’s unique approach to help solve environmental problems teaches children to be creative in their personal recycling habits and take care of the planet. We divert materials from the landfill and turn them into great works of art! S.C.R.A.P. Gallery addresses two of today's most urgent issues - the environment and the education of our youth. Our mission is to actively engage youth as stewards of their environment through a concentrated, hands-on educational effort stressing the Four R's - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Responsibility.
|Santa Fe Leadership Center
The Santa Fe Leadership Center is a nonprofit organization supporting school leaders to reach their highest potential and to enhance their capacity to foster creativity and innovation in their school communities. Through interactive seminars, retreats, and personal coaching, the SFLC provides school leaders with time and space for introspection, reflection, play and ongoing learning and equips them with skills and competencies for twenty-first century school leadership. Join us April 24-27 for Leadership Unplugged: The Inner Landscape of School Leaders in Santa Fe, NM or June 23-27 for Innovative Leadership: Flip. Shift. Disrupt. in Silicon Valley, CA. Information and registration can be found on our website.
|School Library Association of New South Wales
The Association was formed in April, 1964 as the School Library Association of New South Wales (SLANSW) with founding president John Hirst.The focus was to provide a professional organisation for all people engaged or interested in school libraries. The Association changed its name to the Australian School Library Association (New South Wales) Inc. in 1995. Its vision was to promote, maintain, and sustain the central role of school libraries and its professional staff in improving student achievement.Its mission promotes the learning and teaching of young people through inquiry-based constructivist strategies that integrate digital and traditional learning resources.
|School No22 Galati
It is a public school with many performance in educational field. The teachers are active persons that love to study and to apply everything that is new in the educational domain consistent with the children skills.
StudentHero connects high school students to summer programs and internship opportunities to help them discover their passions and get ahead. We hope to close the opportunity gap and bridge the digital divide for all high school students nationwide :)
|Students Without Borders Academy
The Students Without Borders Academy ( SWBA) is a program of education for Global Citizenship. SWBA uses on-line learning, webinars, dynamic student travel abroad, camp setting, field study, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institutes, language study in Spanish, and Indigenous peoples studies exploring Ngobe, Embera and Kuna culture. SWBA explores conservation of sea turtles, reefs and rain forests. SWBA students visit the Red Cross, the United Nations, and The Peace Corps. SWBA is a full semester 20 credit program of School District #22 in Vernon BC. Canada.
|Sustainable Fish Farming Initiative
Sustainable Fish Farming Initiative is committed to establishing a self-sustaining, income generating food source for around 500 poverty-stricken/malnourished Nepalese villagers in the Baseri Village, Dhading District. Utilizing available unused local ponds, we are working to create small commercial fish-farming collectives owned by women in the village, thereby providing these women with revenue, creating infrastructure with a portion of the proceeds, and diversifying local food sources.
|Tabaka Boys High School
Am a teacher by profession, teaching computer science in a Kenyan high school
|Technical Statewide Education Technology Service (TechSETS)
Now in its 12th year, TechSETS provides assistance for professionals responsible for planning, installing, maintaining, and supporting school technology systems. This professional association offers free webinars on topics like system security, network management, software infrastructure, communications equipment, application development, computing hardware and education technology. To find out more, visit www.techsets.org.
|The Colony High School
Medium sized high school in a urban area just outside of Dallas, Texas (The Colony).
|Uganda Community Libraries Association: The 6 Community Library Service
A community library project serving our community with the traditional library services thus reading books and borrowing books and newspapers and magazines. We also have outreach programs like writing and reading clubs, hygiene program (special needs for girls) where we are helping girls with reusable and washable sanitary pads, working with Worldreader we are training our community how to use e-reader gadgets Working also with Maendeleo Foundation we are training our community with computer skills
|Universidad Nacional de San Agustin de Arequipa
Es muy importnate desarrollar temas que permitan desarrollar el avance de la informacion, por lo tanto es funcion de mi institucion estar involucrada en el tema, el evento me proporcionara desarrollar nuevos conceptos que se podran apicar en la educacion superior.
|Virginia Society for Technology in Education
VSTE is the premier professional development and advocacy organization for educators in Virginia and is Virginia’s affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). VSTE’s mission is to promote excellence in education through professional development endeavors supporting the integration of existing and emerging technologies. Our vision is to be an influence in technological innovation in education and be recognized as an agent of change across the Commonwealth.
Yesaid Kenya is a local community based organization supporting the rural women, girls, boys,and vulnerable populations to sustain themselves. We have different programs to achieve this, namely: (1) Environment (2) Education (3) Entreprenuership (4) Health (5) Social Justice.
|Youth Coalition for Education in Liberia
The Youth Coalition for Education in Liberia is a non profit, non-political, non-governmental, non-religious and a Youth Center organization that advocates for Quality and relevant education through vocational skills training, literacy programs, formal education and also youth integrated programs, and create the platform for youth engagement, participation capacity building. It also gives to young people the bravery to raise their voices for better education and to teach peace and human rights in every part of the country.