Tag Archives: educators

Cross-Cultural Awareness: Through the Lens of a Cruise Ship Lecturer

I have a new gig! Although I have authored six books and been the president of a non-profit organization, the Center for Global Awareness, over the last five years, I am also starting a new position as a cruise-ship lecturer. … Continue reading

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Confusion: Bahrain, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates

Confusion! This theme resonated with me as I toured three of the Gulf Coast Countries (GCC) – Bahrain, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Bahrain – for two weeks in November 2015 with a group of educators sponsored by the Bi-lateral … Continue reading

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Education in South Korea: Korean Blog Series: Part 2

A new year and it’s back to school! Whether you are a student or educator in grades k-12 or higher education, January signals a renewed educational effort. So, I thought it would be the perfect time to write a blog … Continue reading

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Questioning Unbridled Economic Growth, Part 1

Can economic growth continue indefinitely?  Are there limitations to growth? How do we create a healthy balance between growth and quality of life?  These are some of the questions we will be considering in this two part blog. Many of … Continue reading

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We Are Back!

After a year’s hiatus of writing and developing educational books and resources, we are back again!  We are committed to offering weekly blogs on a variety of topics that relate to our mission at the Center for Global Awareness, which … Continue reading

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