The International Relations Council is pleased to offer supplemental global education resources covering a variety of currently taught international topics for the use of teachers and students.

It is important to keep in mind that the Global Education Resources should serve as a starting point for your global education. This is not an all-encompassing list of activities; instead, it provides you and other students with enough information and resource to begin learning about the world. As an apolitical, nonpartisan organization, the International Relations Council does not endorse any of the organizations, associations, universities, bodies, or websites cited in this guide.

This page contains general resources that teachers can use across all age groups and standards. Simply click the resource title to be linked to the source. If there’s a resource you don’t see here, or if you have additional resources you would like to share or request, please click here.

Global Citizenship in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers:

A guide with tools and advice for teachers wanting to embed global citizenship in their classrooms.

Global Education:

Teacher resources to encourage a global perspective across the curriculum.

iEarn Project Book:

100+ projects that connect K-12 students across diverse subject areas.

Teacher’s Toolbox:

Six lesson plans that cover human rights, cultural studies, global awareness, STEM education, social activism, and intercultural learning.

USIP – Peace Building Toolkit for Educators:

This Peacebuilding Toolkit for Educators is designed to support the work of educators as peacebuilders. It is a resource developed by and for educators, to enable you to help introduce peacebuilding themes and skills into the classroom.