Calling all International BLC Colleagues: You are cordially invited to a special session to explore the potential of GTEC’s global classroom model, how it can revolutionize approaches to learning and how your students can become global classrooms students too! The session provides you with a unique opportunity to establish useful global classroom partnerships.
GTEC (Global Technology and Engineering Consortium)
This project is designed to produce a new 21st century global workforce, the community our students will be living and working. They will be effective working in and with other countries/cultures through global team-work training and collaboration with business and industry. This preparation is needed in order to solve the problems urgently confronting the world’s populations, an outcome which has some urgency.
We recently concluded a two pilots: at The Spirit of Knowledge Charter School in Worcester (US) and Haywood Engineering College (UK) ; and Newburyport High School, Newburyport, MA (US) and Olin College of Engineering, Needham, MA (US).
The presentation will be made by members of GTEC Leadership Team and students from one pilot school.