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Here are some tips for getting involved in our community:
- If you are looking to connect with members, use the Advanced Search feature in our member directory to search for potential project partners from specific countries. Leave a comment on their page or, if you are "friends" with the person, you can send them a private message. We have nearly 29,000 members in this space from around 190+ countries.
- If you are looking to find project partners, publicize a project, share a resource or ask questions, please post to our discussion forum. We will then feature your post, if appropriate, and send it out via our social media channels.
- If you would like to share a global education event, submit it to our events page and also to our discussion forum.
- If you would like to access our conference recordings, visit the GlobalEdCon YouTube channel.
- If you are seeking educational resources, visit our Global Education Resources page
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- Apply to serve on our advisory board if you would like to get more involved!
- Make sure your profile is complete. We recommend that you use your name and list your organization or school in the Organization field. Click My Page in the navigation bar at the top of this page to see your profile.
- Take a look at our mission statement so that you understand the purpose of this community.
- There is a great deal of content beyond the front page of our community. Check out all the discussions, blogs, groups, and events posted created by members around the world.
- We love social media! Find out about other ways you can connect with GEC members by clicking on More in the navigation bar. Follow the hashtag #globaled22 for the latest news.
- If you're looking to get people involved in your work or project, post a discussion forum post with as much detail as possible about your project.
- The most effective classroom projects include a start and end date, educational objectives, expectations for participating schools, and mechanisms for communicating consistently with participants.
- Be aware that schools in different hemispheres may start and end their school years on different dates.