Global Education Day at ISTE 2020
Thank you for interest in the 9th annual Global Education Day at ISTE! We're looking forward to seeing you at our event on Sunday, June 28, 2020, at the Anaheim Convention Center. We will start promptly at 2:00 PM and end at 5:00 PM.
Attendees are required to register for the main ISTE conference (
). There is no other registration required for Global Education Day; our capacity is limited and seats will go to ISTE attendees on a first-come, first-served basis. If you sign up to facilitate a project, to give an ignite talk, to share information about your org, or to participate in the Global Resources Smackdown, we will reserve one seat for you. Additional spots will be reserved for event sponsors.
Applicants for ignite talks and project facilitation spots must be educators in K12 non-profit schools or organization leaders from non-profits. If you represent a for-profit school or company, you are more than welcome to attend our event, but you must be a sponsor of our event in order to take on a leadership role.
Our work depends on the generosity of those who believe in and benefit from our events. Contact Steve Hargadon at
for more information on how you can support this work to connect educators and organizations around the world. For-profits must be supporters in order to be featured at this event.
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Read the following information carefully.
GED Leadership Roles
1) Design sprint facilitators - This year, we will invite attendees to brainstorm and design global collaborative projects, celebrations, or events to take place roughly between June 2019 and June 2020. For example, a group may want to design a project around a particular UN Sustainable Development Goal or plan a collaborative activity for Global Collaboration Week. We need facilitators for this; no particular expertise required. We just need your enthusiasm!
2) Ignite speakers - We also will be hosting ignite talks. Ignite talks are very short presentations with 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds. These presentations should relate to global education topics.
3) Global Resources Fair - We will host an informal global resources fair at GED and will have tables available where non-profit organizations and sponsors can place materials for attendees.
4) Global Resources Smackdown - Sign up for the Global Resources Smackdown. This annual activity occurs at the end of this session. Volunteers sign up to show a tool or resource that supports globally connected teaching and learning.
2:00 - 2:15 Open Remarks by Lucy Gray and Steve Hargadon
2:15 - 3:00 First 2 ignite talks
3:00 - 3:30 PM Design Sprint 1
3:30 - 3:45 PM Next two ignite talks
3:45 - 4:15 PM Design Sprint 2
4:15 - 4:30 PM Last two ignite talks
4:30 - 4:45 PM Project Pitches
4:45 - 5:00 PM Global Resources Smackdown
Please give your first and last name.
School or Organization:
Link to Your School or Organization Website:
I represent a non-profit school or non-profit organization.
I verify that I have registered for the ISTE.
Yes, I have registered.
No, I have not registered yet.
Twitter handle for You, Your School, or Your Organization:
Make sure to include your Twitter handle's full URL. Example:
I would like to sign up for:
Serve as one of the following and/or sign up to receive email updates about Global Education Day.
Receive email updates about Global Education Day.
Help facilitate the design of Global Education Day.
Serve as a design sprint facilitator.
Give an ignite talk.
Participate in the global resources fair.
Show a resource or tool during the Global Resources Smackdown activity.
Ignite Talk Title:
If applicable, give us a title for your ignite talk if you are signing up to give one. Your proposed topic must relate to global education. Leave this blank if you do not want to participate in the ignite talks. Participants are limited to non-profit organizations, educators representing non-profits and supporters of Global Education Day.
Ignite Talk Description:
If applicable, write a short paragraph of at least 3-5 sentences describing your talk. This will go in our program, so please pay attention to complete sentences, correct punctuation, and grammar! Skip this if you do not want to be considered for our ignite talks. Participants are limited to non-profit organizations, educators representing non-profits and supporters of Global Education Day.
Global Resources Fair Information
If you are planning on participating in the Global Resource Fair, please indicate the name of your organization and provide a short description of your organization. Skip this if you are not participating in the Global Resources Fair. Participants are limited to non-profit organizations, educators representing non-profits and supporters of Global Education Day.
Global Resources Smackdown
If you are planning on participating in the Global Resources Smackdown, please list the name of the tool or resource you will be sharing. Also, include the URL to its website and a short description. Skip this if you are not sharing during the smackdown activity. Participants are limited to non-profit organizations, educators representing non-profits and supporters of Global Education Day.
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