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Global Initiatives Program

Connecting K-12 students and educators from around the world

UPDATE: Join us for the International Fair on Mar. 30 (6-8PM in the North Gym)!


Since its inception in 2011, the goal of the Global Initiatives Program at Trinity Valley School has been to prepare our students to become globally-connected, conscientious citizens and leaders through virtual and in-person exchanges

Our program equips our students with the essential global competencies and life skills of self-awareness, empathy, cross-cultural communication, and cross-cultural understanding.

In five years, our students and faculty have connected with students, educators, and others in Antarctica, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, the Bahamas, Belgium, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, China, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Greenland, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Malta, Mauritania, Mexico, Morocco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, the UK (including Scotland, Northern Ireland, and England), Vietnam, and Zambia (52 nations/territories on all 7 continents).

Ultimately, we aim to Create a Culture of Dignity and Empathy through Virtual and In-person Exchanges, a K-12 Global Education Program, and Faculty Development and Training in Global Education.

Please select the Global Initiatives links to the left or right to learn more about how our unique program has become an integral component of a TVS education.

Michael Roemer, Ph.D.
TVS Director of Global Initiatives

  

OUR WORLD
Think about it.
Talk about it.
Do something.  

TVS Students Exploring Santiago, Spain

June 2015

Director of Global Initiatives

Dr. Michael Roemer

roemerm@trinityvalleyschool.org

817-321-0135

Skype: TVSGlobal

Twitter: @TVSGlobal

Dr. Roemer's resume

Global Initiatives Links

Dr. Roemer in Nagaoka, Japan

Visiting students from Mexico chat with World Cultures Club members


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