Endorsements for The Global Education Guidebook

“It’s hard to imagine a more important goal than preparing students to create a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world. Yet educators often struggle when it comes to moving ideas from the mission statement into the classroom. Making global education a priority demands that teachers develop new understandings, connections, and courage to engage their students with the wider world. With The Global Education Guidebook, Jennifer Klein provides useful tools, practical strategies, along with plentiful examples to make global education more accessible for all. Having walked this path herself as learner, teacher, and coach, she knows the terrain, including which pitfalls to avoid. Her powerful stories remind us why the journey is not only worthwhile but urgent for today’s students and teachers to embark on together.”

Suzie Boss, author of Bringing Innovation to School and co-author of Reinventing Project-Based

The Global Education Guidebook by Jennifer Klein is the resource educators of all levels, including administrators, have been waiting for. The book’s balanced approach between the theory behind global education and practical applications make it an excellent guide for the teacher who is just starting to upgrade and amplify curriculum; it also works for the more experienced educator who will receive powerful, yet practical, recommendations and perspectives to teach, foster, and assess global competencies.”

Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano: author, educational consultant, and coach; Globally Connected Learning.

“Jennifer Klein’s is a voice urging empathy and authenticity in global education. In The Global Education Guidebook she offers a vision and tools for making ideals around global connection a reality–and possible for any school at any level of global engagement. What a great addition to the literature fostering global education!”

Homa Sabet Tavangar, author of Growing up Global and global education advisor.

“Over the last 15 years I’ve known Jennifer D. Klein she’s been a go-to resource regarding global education. Whether it’s a new communications platform, a new strategy, or a new connection, Jennifer has been able to suggest just the thing I needed to help teachers take their own global learning a step further. With the Global Education Guidebook, Jennifer shares those suggestions and more with a world-wide audience in a way that invites everyone to join this important conversation about the future of learning. Her voice as an author is the same caring, supportive voice I know from our long thought-partnership, and it’s one both young and adult learners are sure to find welcoming. I encourage you to join the conversation Jennifer has started!”
Tim Kubik, Ph.D., Author, Educational Consultant and Coach, The ARC Project

*Learn more about the Global Education Guidebook here!

The following schools and districts are mentioned in The Global Education Guidebook:

  • American School Foundation of Monterrey (Mexico)
  • Appleby College (Canada)
  • The Berkeley Carroll School (United States)
  • Brookwood School (United States)
  • Bumpe High School (Sierra Leone)
  • Colegio Bandeirantes (Brazil)
  • Colegio Valle Sagrado (Peru)
  • Denver Center for International Studies at Montbello (United States)
  • District of Colombia Public Schools (United States)
  • Ensworth School (United States)
  • Forum for African Women Educationalists (Rwanda)
  • Fountain Valley School (United States)
  • Gayaza High School (Uganda)
  • Hawken School (United States)
  • Jefferson County Open School (United States)
  • Kenya Connect (Kenya)
  • Lincoln School (Costa Rica)
  • Masoom Night Schools (India)
  • Mount Vernon Presbyterian School (United States)
  • New Canaan Country School (United States)
  • Paraíso High School (Costa Rica)
  • Parish Episcopal School (United States)
  • Riverdale Country School (United States)
  • St. Margaret’s Episcopal School (United States)
  • St. Mary’s Academy (United States)
  • St. Rose of Lima School (United States)
  • St. Theresa’s Girls Secondary School (Kenya)
  • Town School for Boys (United States)