The California Global Education Project
Practical Global Competency
In the Classroom Setting:
Tim Forslund currently teaches World History, AP World History and Global Studies at Analy High School in Sebastopol, California. A graduate of Sonoma State University with a B.A. in History, Tim also holds a Masters in Education, with an emphasis in Global Studies in Education from the University of Illinois.
Sonoma State University
Salazar room 2016
Rachel Ambrose teaches in the Social Science Department at Analy High School. She spearheaded the development of and wrote the curriculum for one of the first Ethnic Studies courses in Sonoma County and is actively advising other districts in their efforts to bring this critical class to their schools as well. She holds a B.A. in History from UCLA and an M.A. in International Relations from Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, where she lived for nearly a decade.
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The California Global Education Project promotes global competence for all students through high quality, standards-based, and interdisciplinary professional learning programs for PK- 12 educators in California. CGEP collaborates with teachers, schools, districts, and education partners committed to developing global citizenship, which enhances curiosity, creativity, empathy, integrity, and agency while learning about personal, community, and global identities and issues.