The 7th annual Global Teaching Dialogue took place online July 19 - 20, 2022.
The U.S. Department of State welcomed K-12 teachers and global education leaders to the seventh annual Global Teaching Dialogue on July 19 - 20, 2022. This event was free of charge and took place virtually. The 2021 National Teacher of the Year delivered a keynote address. Alumni of the State Department’s Teacher Exchange Programs and other global education leaders conducted workshops on incorporating global perspectives into lesson plans and on adapting educational strategies and useful pedagogical practices from other countries. Fulbright Teachers led sessions focused on global issues such as human rights, climate change, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Attendees also heard from U.S. Department of State officials about opportunities for students and educators of diverse backgrounds to participate in exchanges abroad, and have the opportunity connect with educators from around the world.
Assistant Secretary of State Lee Satterfield’s opening remarks for the 2022 Global Teaching Dialogue underscored her deep appreciation for teachers and the critical work they do in developing the next generation of global leaders.
Many of the resources from the 2021 Global Teaching Dialogue are available via the Global Teaching Dialogue Resource Hub. Attendees at this virtual event received a message from Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry, information about U.S. Department of State exchange programs for teachers and youth, U.S. Diplomacy Center simulations, and other resources to help teachers bring the world into their classrooms.