SCUSA 66 at West Point: Preparing for the Worst-Case Scenario

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This blog post was written by Hendrik Denys, a Fulbright student from Belgium and One To World international student delegate for the Student Conference on Foreign Affairs at the U.S. Military Academy at… Continue reading

Global Classroom Begins!

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On September 27th, two unlikely opponents stepped up to battle. One- a towering German man with a passion for urban planning. The other- a petite mother of two and an experienced economics professor… Continue reading

Four Recommendations for Succeeding in American Classrooms

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1. Understand what class participation means American classrooms differ from those in many other countries. When looking at your syllabus, you may see a portion of the grade is based on class participation.… Continue reading

Global Classroom Water Resources

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Below are a collection of links to water related websites that Global Classroom uses in our water related program.   CNN World- Turkey, Iraq and Syria in Water Crisis Summit Current events article that… Continue reading

Ten snapshots of my year in New York City with One To World – Part II

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Discovering my second citizenship I was an international child right from the start. I was born in New York City to an American mother and a French father, and moved to France when… Continue reading

Ten snapshots of my year in New York City with One To World – Part I

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My name is Aline, and I am, for one more week, the One To World Enrichment Programs Global Fellow. Having already lived in Europe and Asia, I was really looking forward to life… Continue reading