As with many of you, I’m sure, we are doing all we can to support Afghans coming to the U.S. and those who can’t leave their country. It is a heartbreaking situation. Over the years, I’ve worked closely with many Afghans. Because of my work with community colleges, I published this piece recently.
Join the National Museum of American Diplomacy Education Team on August 17, 2021 for an introduction to the museum’s new Historical Diplomacy Simulation Program and ideas on how to implement them into the classroom. Our discussion will include how to facilitate the program with simulation participants and a tour of diplomacy education resources found onContinue reading “How to Teach History Through Diplomacy Simulations, NMAD, 8/17/21”
I’d like to pass on what may be an interesting opportunity to access materials and speakers on the topic of U.S. diplomacy and the Foreign Service. *** The American Foreign Service Association is offering free virtual programming geared toward college students to share the fundamentals of the work U.S. diplomats do overseas in support of our national security. AFSA has a cadreContinue reading “American Foreign Service Association Looking to Partner with U.S. Community Colleges”