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Wednesday, October 9
 

9:00am

1:00pm

5:30pm

 
Thursday, October 10
 

9:00am

10:30am

10:45am

11:00am

12:30pm

12:45pm

1:00pm

1:15pm

1:30pm

2:30pm

2:45pm

3:00pm

AFS NOW | Trusted sources? Improving Media Literacy to Inspire More Global Citizens Room Cartier INicole Fournier-Sylvester • Sebastien Turbot • Jeff Minthorn • Melissa Barnes • More Speakers Coming Soon Activate Local Citizenship and Empower Leadership Foyer on 4th floorKimberlee Johnsen-Smith Can International Field Trips Nurture Intercultural Competence and Global Citizenship? Foyer on 4th floorNitin Deckha Designing and Implementing an Individualized, In-House Study Abroad Curriculum Foyer on 4th floorBetsy Thomas Integrating the SDGs in School Curricula to Foster Active Global Citizenship Foyer on 4th floorRajesh Awasthi Preparing Students for the World Stage Foyer on 4th floorMarla Hunter The Role of Language Learning and Study Abroad for Student Motivation Foyer on 4th floorRenata Serpa Vieira Weaving Common Threads through Personal Storytelling Foyer on 4th floorJudith Perron Citizen Diplomacy and Sister Cities Mansfield #3Udo Fluck • Toni Grace What is a “Global Citizen”? How to Become One? From Reality to Policy, the European Example Room Cartier IITamara Gojkovic • Andreea-Loredana Tudorache Building Effective Networks and Strategies to Advocate for Global Citizenship Education Room Mansfield #6Maeve Galvin • Agne Kuimet • Patricija Virtic Fostering Active Global Citizenship Through the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Method Room Mansfield #5Piero Maria Gentilini • Ulrike Niemann How World Learning Develops Global Citizens Through Results-Oriented Project Planning Curriculum Room Mansfield #2Jennifer Chen • Lisa George Innovations in Global Citizenship Education Room International IErika Nobels • Noor van Orshoven

4:00pm

4:15pm

5:00pm

8:00pm

 
Friday, October 11
 

9:30am

#GetOutside: Student Leadership via BioBlitzs Foyer on 4th floorAllison Fuisz Changemaker Bootcamp Lab-Activities to Develop Young Global Activists Foyer on 4th floorCarolyn Rehn Comprehensive Intercultural Education Program for Teachers Foyer on 4th floorMichaela Löfflerová Global Citizenship Education for the Youngest Learners Foyer on 4th floorSanny Zuiderveld Honing Global Citizenship Skills through the Less Commonly Taught Languages Foyer on 4th floorPeter Mwangi Improving Mobile Communication, Connectivity and Compliance between Stakeholders for Improved Participant Experience Foyer on 4th floorVeronika Germanavichyute Integrating Global Competence into Social Science Lessons in Middle Schools Foyer on 4th floorGuy Hamlin Internationalizing Teacher Education: Examples and Challenges from the Field Foyer on 4th floorNilufer Guler Cultivating Global Learning for Global Civic Engagement at Large Public Research Universities Room Mansfield #5Janaka Ruwanpura • Nancy Erbstein • Joanna Regulska Establishing a Public-Private Partnership with the Ministry of Education to Introduce Intercultural Learning in Schools Room Cartier IIAlfredo Ortega • María Teresa Casas ROUNDTABLE | Media, Education & Active Global Citizenship (Invitation Only) Room Mansfield #2 Building Power Skills to Reach the Sustainable Development Goals Room International ILiesbeth Spanjers • Katrien Mertens Ethics in a Brave New World: Millennials and the Future Room Mansfield #6René Villemure In defense of Conflict: Managing Conflict to Enhance Employability and Effectiveness in the 21st Century Room International IICarla Rey Vasquez • Lauren Moloney-Egnatios Science Meets Global Competence: Improving Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills of Young Future Leaders Room Mansfield #3Rodrigo Laje • Luisa Novelli

10:30am

11:00am

AFS NOW | Back to Basics: What Makes a School Global Ready Room Cartier IAaron Moniz • Ian Jamison • Ana Carolina Cassiano • Gabrielle Mandell • Jude Heaton Engaging Alumni as Collaborators, Mentors, and Supporters for the Next Generation of Active Global Citizens Room Mansfield #5Kira Mendez • Lisa Choate • Denise Farrar Putting Global Competence into Practice: Lessons for K-12 Educators from Global Universities Room Cartier IIKarin Shapiro • Wendy Kuran Developing Active Global Citizens from Day One: Challenges and Opportunities Foyer on 4th floorLuisa Novelli • Marcela Fuentes Educating the Uncertain Global Citizen: Study Abroad Students' Attitudes Towards Differences, as Demonstrated by the Global Perspectives Inventory (GPI) Foyer on 4th floorKaley Anderson Global Professionals: Designing Innovative Programs Foyer on 4th floorGiti Farudi The Growing Need for Cultural Agility in Higher Education Foyer on 4th floorStephen Lyons [CANCELLED] Comprehensive Intercultural Education Program for Teachers Foyer on 4th floorMichaela Löfflerová Building Global Competence through Case Study Room Mansfield #2Mallory Tuominen Factoring the Diversity and Inequalities into Global Citizenship Education Room International IEvandro Marcos Saidel Ribeiro • Dulce Maria Pereira • Isabel Orellana First Nations Education Council Workshop Room Mansfield #3Prudence Hannis • Lisa-Marie Coocoo • Christian Giguère From Curiosity to Impact: Creating Opportunities for Active Global Citizens Room International IIErin Dowd • Shauna Pollock Globally Networked Learning and Open Educational Resources: Toward a Better Understanding of Global Citizenship Room Mansfield #6Dominique Scheffel-Dunand • Liam Bekirsky • Agnes Lemesre-Valy • Laura Waddell

12:30pm

12:45pm

1:00pm

1:15pm

1:30pm

2:30pm

2:45pm

3:00pm

5:00pm

 
Saturday, October 12
 

7:30am

9:30am

10:30am

11:00am

1:00pm

2:30pm

7:00pm

 
Sunday, October 13
 

7:30am

8:30am

9:00am

11:00am

11:30am

1:00pm

2:30pm

4:30pm

6:15pm