A Global Youth Conversation about Global Citizenship

The journey toward global peace and equity begins with intercultural understanding, especially among the young. But how can we as teachers foster such dialogue? Since I returned from Finland in August 2016, I've sought to bring voices of youth from around the world into my classroom. Any teacher who has ever tried to have their... Continue Reading →


What Does “America” Look Like?

Because of President Trump's frequent use last week of words like "our history," "heritage," and "lovely statues," I found myself thinking about the image of "America" emanating from the Trump White House. It looks something like this: Peering at such images on the Internet (I searched Google for "Trump surrounded by white men"), my mind... Continue Reading →