Global Learning, Inc.


SUMMER TEACHING INSTITUTE STEM K-5
July 14-16, 2015


What We Offer

Global Learning, Inc. services for schools, colleges and professional associations include:

  • Program Presentations
  • In-service workshops
  • Curriculum development consultations
  • Conference planning
  • Professional networking

Our Approach

Global Learning's approach to Multicultural Education is based on a commitment to increasing equity within our own pluralistic society and a vision of a healthy, inclusive human community. We stress the development of cross-cultural attitudes and skills that help students and teachers interact positively with people who may appear different from themselves.


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Global Learning, Inc.

Shay Coleman, MAT
Executive Director

P.O. Box 1011
Chatham, NJ 07928
201.317.8796 global.learning.inc@gmail.com

Global Learning, Inc.
Under 37 Years and Still Growing

Global Learning, Inc. is a non-profit educational organization that translates the world's growing interdependence into educational activities for teachers, students, librarians, and educational systems. From elementary school through college and in community settings, Global Learning, Inc. focuses upon the inter-connectedness of education and sustainability, while developing a lifelong passion for learning.

2015 Summer Teaching Institute -STEM (K-5)

 

 

What did they say about last year's Institute?

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Teachers found the STEM Summer Teacher Institute K-5 to be fun, interactive and meaningful. All of the presenters were friendly, patient, engaging andknowledgeable. Participants enjoyed having the time to share ideas and experiences with their colleagues in a fabulous facility."

Left to Right: Back Row: Kristine Kelly, 4th grade, Monica Guinan, Gifted and Talented Teacher, Jill Mills, Library Media Specialist,  Diane Shulman, 4th grade, Marilyn Kelly, 4th grade, Sue Keating, 2nd grade, Jennifer Bane, 5th grade, Christine Grobert, 4th grade, Randy Raffo, 4th & 5th grade, Don Elko, 4th grade, Laura Noonan, 3rd grade Left to Right: Front Row: Erin Killea 4th grade, Carolanne Carty 3rd grade, Michelle Busanic, 3rd grade, Denise Gangaware, 3rd grade, Katelyn Killea, 1st grade, Laura Piccola, 1st grade, Caitlin Cuffe 1st grade and Shay Coleman, 4th grade and Executive Director of Global Learning, Inc.

Look inside the 2014 STEM Institute!

 

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