Solutions for Schools
Free resources available to all Ambassador Teachers and global educators.
Support bilingual learners at your school. Download free resources and make the most of your time with students.
Benefits of a Bilingual Brain
(available in English, Spanish, and Mandarin)
Ebook: Hands-on activities for Mandarin learners
Make a virtual visit to some of our bilingual classrooms.
Hear from teachers and students about dual language programs on our YouTube channel.
Lead the teaching of a globally focused curriculum in your school or district.
Poster: Profile of a Global Leader
[PDF download in English, Spanish, or Mandarin]
Infographic: Equal vs. Equitable
Quote posters for your classroom
Global Education Glossary
Everything you need to know about becoming an Ambassador Teacher with Participate Learning in the United States.
Why should I teach in the USA?
Teach in the USA
Frequently asked questions for international teachers
Salary, fees and costs for Ambassador Teachers
Collaborate with other like-minded educators to share ideas, learn from one another, and implement new techniques in the classroom.
Eight Education Conferences to Attend in 2023
Education conferences are a great way for teachers and administrators to learn new instructional strategies, network with peers, and be refreshed and rejuvenated. As you plan out 2023, be sure to make time for professional development, whether you attend in person or virtually.
Our collected resources for teaching the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Use the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals as a framework for global learning.
4 Reasons to Teach the SDGs
SDG Reading Checklist
Zero Hunger and global learning: Empowering students to make a difference
Seven Ways the SDGs are Important in a Classroom
Our top blog posts for Ambassador Teachers. Explore the Participate Learning Blog for the latest updates in global education.
What Do Globally Competent Students Look Like?
The 4 Stages of Culture Shock
Parent Engagement Strategies for ELLs
10 Things to Know Before You Apply to Teach with Participate Learning
Strategies to Start the School Year Strong