2010 Global Education Conference


Partner Organizations:

Partner organizations are helping to organize conference sessions and keynotes, prepare and train speakers, and actively advertise the conference to and encourage participation by their respective memberships.  Information about them and their sponsored sessions, when scheduled, will be available by clicking on their organization name below.   Information about becoming a partner organization is at the bottom of the page.

21st Century Schools
Academy for Global Citizenship
Act Global
African Studies Center- University of Pennsylvania
American Center for Children and the Media
American School of Bombay
Asia Society Partnership for Global Learning
Aula 2.0
Better World Cameroon
Blackboard Collaborate
Buck Institute for Education
Bridges to Understanding
The Centre for Global Education
Casa Verde
Classroom 2.0
Common Sense Media
Computer Using Educators (CUE)
The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN )
Constructing Learning Through Technology
Creative Commons
Discovery Educator Network
The Earth Charter Initiative
East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools (EARCOS)
Eco Campus
Ed-Links Morocco
Education Beyond Borders
Education Services Australia
Educational Collaborators
Eye on Education
Facing the Future
Flat Classroom ProjectTM
Focal Point Global
Fundación Escuela Nueva Volvamos a la Gente
Fundación Escuelas Profesionales Sagrada Familia
Fundación Gabriel Piedrahita Uribe
Global Education Collaborative
Global Nomads Group
Global SchoolNet
Global Tutors, Inc.
Global Youth Connect, Inc
Growing Up Global
The Institute for Global Civic Culture
Integrating Technology for Active Lifelong Learning
International Child Art Foundation
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
International Teacher Exchange Services (ITES)
International Teacher Training & Development College
Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop
K-12 Online
Know Do Serve Learn (KDSL)
Loudoun County Public Schools
MI* Young Citizen Journalism Network
Middle East Center - University of Pennsylvania
National Center for Technology Innovation (NCTI)
Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools (NESA)
New Media Literacies
North Georgia College and State University
NSBA’s Technology Leadership Network
Polar Bears International
Politecnico Grancolumbiano - Facultad de Ciencias Sociales
Primary Source
Puentes al Mundo
Realizing Education's Potential Institute
Red Iberoamericana de Informática Educativa Nodo Colombia RIBIE-COL
RELPE Red Latinoamericana de Portales Educativos
Roar Educate
Rock Our World
Roots & Shoots
The School for Ethics and Global Leadership
School for Global Education and Innovation, Kean University
Schools Building Schools
The Source for Learning
The South Asia Center at the University of Pennsylvania
Teaching Matters
Thomas University
Voices Education Project
The Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation
VHS Global Consortium
World Savvy

Becoming a Partner Organization

There are no financial obligations to be a Global Education Conference partner organization.  Partner organizations should be organizations that are primarily or substantively focused on globally-connecting students or teachers, or on creating global awareness in education. Partner organizations are asked to actively promote the conference to their membership and to encourage participation as well as presentation submissions.  Partners can also manage a series of sessions within the conference that will be a part of the main program but also listed specifically on their partner page.  Partner participation is to be non-commercial.  To have your organization take part, please contact steve@hargadon.com.