CIE provides great resources for the international educator. Here you will find general resources, teaching resources, as well as international opportunities.
- Basic Education Coalition
The Basic Education Coalition works with U.S. policymakers, partner organizations, and the public to increase support and funding for quality basic education around the world.
- The Chronicle of Higher Education — International Events
Provides forthcoming international education events and conferences.
- MOFET ITEC, International Portal of Teacher Education
MOFET ITEC (International Teacher Educators Community) is a MOFET Institute initiative that developed with the aim of contributing to the international community of educators in general and teacher educators in particular. MOFET ITEC features a content portal containing collections of papers classified according to fields of research in teacher education and information regarding events and developments in teacher education.
- NAFSA — Association of International Educators
NAFSA serves international educators and their institutions and organizations by setting standards of good practice, providing training and professional development opportunities, providing networking opportunities, and advocating for international education.
UNESCO promotes international co-operation and serves as a clearinghouse for knowledge sharing among its 193 member states and six associate members in the fields of education, science, culture and communication.
These resources provide ways to teach and learn about the world and its cultures.
- Adobe Youth Voices
Provides financial, software, and global volunteer support to students and helps them to think creatively, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively to take effective action in their communities.
- Education World – Lesson Planning
EducationWorld is a complete online resource that educators could visit each day to find and share high-quality lesson plans and research materials.
Provides and safe and secure online network to connect students and classes worldwide.
- The Gateway Collection of Lesson Plans (U.S. Department of Education)
One of the oldest publicly accessible U.S. repositories of education resources on the Web, the Gateway contains a variety of educational resource types from activities and lesson plans to online projects and assessment items.
- Global Nomads
Crosses cultural and national boundaries with interactive technologies such as videoconferencing.
- Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE)
A worldwide, hands-on, Earth science and education program for primary and secondary schools.
- International Children's Digital Library
Online collection of books from around the world.
- International Education and Resource Network (iEARN)
Uses the internet and other technologies to help teachers and young people collaborate of projects though its international network of classrooms.
- International Studies in Schools
A videoconferencing program that links P-12 classrooms with 5,000 international students and academic specialists.
Brings international perspectives to Americans through satellite TV broadcasts and online streaming video.
Online community connecting youth around the world and is designed to educate and inspire them to take action.
- Worlds of Words
Database of information on international children's literature and online journals.
The programs and organizations listed below provide opportunities for individuals to teach in international settings.
- English Language Fellow Program Georgetown University CIED (Center for Intercultural Education and Development)
The English Language (EL) Fellow Program promotes English language learning around the world and fosters mutual understanding between the people of the United States and those of other countries. It places talented, highly qualified U.S. educators with Master's degrees with a focus in TEFL/TESL or Applied Linguistics in all regions of the world.
- Institute of International Programs-Fulbright
Educational, cultural and professional opportunities transcend borders to foster a peaceful and interconnected world where all people achieve their full potential; think and act as global citizens; and build inclusive, thriving communities.
- Summer at Sea: Teachers at Sea Program
Open to all certified K-12 teachers, Teachers at Sea participants are enrolled as visiting graduate students at the University of Virginia and have the opportunity to earn six graduate credits during summer voyages of Semester at Sea. The Teachers at Sea program takes advantage of the academic resources provided by Semester at Sea to offer a learning experience for teachers that will enhance their ability to add an international dimension to their classrooms at home.
- Teach for All
In collaboration with Teach for America, the Teach for All network includes organizations in eighteen countries in Europe, Asia, the Americas and the Middle East, with programs to expand educational opportunities in their respective countries.
- Teach and Learn with Georgia
Teach and Learn with Georgia (TLG), a progressive education movement initiated by the Georgian government, recruits native English speakers to co-teach English alongside local English teachers in public schools throughout the country of Georgia. TLG aims to improve Georgia’s nationwide English language proficiency in an effort towards further globalization