As we develop global curriculum within the disciplines and departments of our schools, how can we identify both the competencies and resources needed given the current context?
How can we bring the global issues that students care about, such as climate change, into their required coursework?
As we do the hard work of examining the texts, perspectives, and voices upon which we center our curriculum; how can we ensure that we continue to diversify and decolonize these curricular choices?
How can we support teachers and leverage technology to help them bring global perspectives and competencies to the forefront?
Panelists included Yom Fox, Director of Community and Global Partnerships, Dalton School; Karina Baum, Director of Global Education, Buckingham Browne & Nichols School; Kelly Castaneda, Dean of Curriculum, Sonoma Academy; and Jared Hall, Dean of Academic Life, Hotchkiss School. Moderated by Adrianna Truby, Academic Dean, Palmer Trinity School.