Teach, Tech, Trek

Greg Schwanbeck on Global Education, EdTech, and STEM Education

March 31, 2017

Members of the Teachers for Global Classrooms 2017 Philippines Cohort are still about ten weeks away from leaving for Manila, but our cross-cultural, global learning has already begun. A Maryland-based history teacher in our cohort, Adam Schwartz, mentioned that he had...

February 26, 2017

The international field experiences in the Teachers for Global Classrooms program are to be steered by a “guiding question” that will inform our professional practice. Our pursuit of answers to this question should drive where we visit, who we talk to, and what questio...

February 7, 2017

I first heard of the Teachers for Global Classrooms fellowship from my brother's girlfriend, a doctoral student who is writing her dissertation on the educational system of Kyrgyzstan. An e-flyer for the program had found its way to her inbox. Knowing of both my intere...

December 29, 2016

 If you ask a dozen people what Global Education is, you're likely to get a dozen unique answers. This video that several Teachers for Global Classrooms fellows and I put together as part of our coursework is our shot at a definition.

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I'm a Physics teacher, instructional technology coach, and teacher trainer with a passion for global education, educational technology, and STEM education. This blog was created as part of my 2016-'17 Teachers for Global Classrooms fellowship. If you are looking for class resources or lesson plans see my full website at Schwanbeck.orgAll views expressed here are my own and do not represent the views of Westwood Public Schools, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or the U.S. Department of State.

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These photos were taken during my various travels.

About Greg Schwanbeck

 I'm a physics teacher, instructional technology coach, and teacher trainer with a passion for educational technology, global education, travel, and grilling the perfect cheeseburger.