We are looking for submissions that highlight one of the following areas:
Classroom Practice – Have you tried something new that has transformed your practice? Share your learning with others. Write about any new insights you have gained about teaching and learning that speaks to issues we face as international educators. Do you have any tips or tricks worth sharing? Make sure your writing is balanced with your own opinion while also being grounded in the literature.
Action Research – Are you engaging in action research in your classroom? What did you learn? We work with a unique population of learners. If you have uncovered some effective strategies that work well, share your learning!
Photo Essay of Classroom Practices – International educators and their students have robust learning experiences both in and out of the classroom. Tell your story of learning through 8-10 photos. Provide short captions so we can see your experience and learn with you.
A Sample of Exemplary Student Work – Do you have a student that has produced exemplary work? Share it with us. If the work stands alone, submit it as is on behalf of the student. If the work is part of a larger project include a reflection about the work, why this particular example speaks to you, and what you would like others to notice or learn from the work. Students comments and thoughts about their learning are highly encouraged.
Student Art- Each issue of Globally Informed will feature a student art gallery. Not only will we feature artwork in the gallery, we will also feature student art throughout the issue. If you have beautiful student artwork, please submit a high quality photo of the work, the student’s name and grade, the title of the piece, information about the materials used to create the art and most importantly, a brief description about the inspiration for the work.