Seminars

At the heart of the Global Connections Seminar is the belief that by gathering a diverse group of educators from around the world, each participant will often be exposed to educational initiatives beyond their own country’s efforts. Here you will find the information about all the seminars held by the Global Connections Foundation and the upcoming event in 2019.

Upcoming Seminar

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2019

Global Connections XX

The Global Connections Seminar XX will take place from March 24th - March 30th, in Melbourne, Australia and will be hosted by Wesley College.

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Past Seminars

Apr 2018

Global Connections XIX

The Global Connections Seminar XIX took place in April 2018 in Muscat, Oman.

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Mar 2017

Global Connections XVIII

The Global Connections Seminar XVIII was held at the Gredos San Diego Buitrago Campus in Madrid, Spain.

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Jan 2016

Global Connections XVII

Daly College hosted the XVII Global Connections seminar in Mumbai and Indore, India in January 2016.

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Jun 2014

Global Connections XVI

After extraordinary seminars in the past five years in Thailand, Jordan, South Africa and Botswana, New Zealand and Colombia, GC XVI will be held in Macedonia, Northern Greece and Cyprus.

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Jul 2013

Global Connections XV

Global Connections XV met in Colombia, a land of diversity, contrasts, and conflict in politics, economic development, and education.

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Jul 2012

Global Connections XIV

The Global Connections seminar XIV took place in New Zealand in 2012.  

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Jul 2011

Global Connections XIII

In July of 2011, delegates from six continents came together in South Africa and Botswana.

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Mar 2010

Global Connections XII

It was an unlikely setting for a business meeting: the spectacular desert landscape of Jordan's Wadi Rum.

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Feb 2008

Global Connections XI

This seminar was organized and hosted by the Prem Center (the Prem Tinsulanonda Center for International Education) in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

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Jul 2007

Global Connections X

The theme of the Global Connections 2007 Seminar, held at The Hotchkiss School, was "Connecting Global Learning Communities."

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Feb 2005

Global Connections IX

Now available for all GC IX participants and site visitors are some of the talks and tools from the sessions held in Guatemala.

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Feb 2004

Global Connections VIII

One of the themes of GC VIII was on Partnerships, the potential relationship among and between schools, communities, teachers, students, parents, and various shareholders in the educational process.

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Feb 2003

Global Connections VII

Global Connections VII tour de force.Hosted by L'Ermitage, a national school with a full range of International Baccalaureate courses

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Apr 2002

Global Connections VI

Global Connections VI "declaration" on Teaching and Learning Styles: Creativity and Innovation in the Classroom.

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Feb 2001

Global Connections V

Global Connections V combined both an exploration of Student Leadership in the Education process and a celebration of the Seminar's return to Africa.

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Feb 2000

Global Connections IV

Global Connections IV centered on Environmentalism, an issue being addressed increasingly by secondary schools worldwide.

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Feb 1999

Global Connections III

Global Connections III Leadership Training and Team Building, which was eminently appropriate for the host school, Wellington College, one of England's recognized leaders in this area.

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Feb 1998

Global Connections II

Global Connections II was held Down Under in 1998 in two areas of Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. The initial host was the Geelong Grammar School, founded in 1855 with 14 boys. Now, with a co-educational boarding and day enrollment of 1550 students and four campuses it is one of the largest independent school in the world

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Feb 1997

Global Connections I

Global Connections I was jointly hosted by St. Stithians College and Collegiate in Randburg, South Africa, and the Maru A Pula School in Gaborone, Botswana in February 1997.

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