We are currently preparing to search for a new regional site director for CGEP@StanState.  While we move through this process, programming for teachers in our region will be offered through the statewide office. For information regarding CGEP’s upcoming statewide Global Education Forum, click here.  We hope you and other interested faculty can join the forum for sessions conducted over the five days of scheduled programming (Nov. 15-19). This forum will provide a good glimpse into CGEP’s work and vision for the future of global education in California. There will be additional statewide CGEP programs for interested applicants in the coming months. For additional information about these, contact Emily Schell or visit CGEP’s statewide website.  We look forward to reactivating CGEP programming with the appointment of our new regional director for CGEP@StanState in January 2022. 

Upcoming Events

  • November 15-19, 2021 @ 4-5:30pm
  • Free Virtual Event 

Virtual and free for K-12 educators, students, Global Education Partners.
Dynamic discussions and sharing of ideas about global education through statewide and regional online gatherings. Get the flyer by clicking on the image on right.

Hosted by CGEP, CGEN, and NorCal Global Teacher Fellows.

Register for the Education Forum

Past Events

Race, Racism, and Teaching in K-12 Classrooms

  • February 10, 3:30-4:30 (Materials selection session)
  • March 3, 3:30-4:30
  • April 7, 3:30-4:30
  • May 5, 3:30-4:30
  • June 2, 3:30-4:30

Converse freely with your peers across the region through the lens of African American leaders, authors, biographers, athletes, and artists. Teacher choice of books, film, documentaries, or primary source materials to be decided 2/10, along with group norms.

*.5 UEE credit available from Stan State, if all 4 sessions are attended.

  • February 24 & March 10 @ 3:30-5pm
  • Virtual event. All sessions are free

February 24, Session One
Introduction to the experience, culture, traditions students bring to your classroom and our community. Essential background for 3/10.

March 10, Session Two
Meet, engage, and learn from a panel of Afghan students, parents, and community members in facilitated small group discussions.

So You Want to talk About Race by Ijeoma Ol

  • October 14, 3:30-5:00: Chapters 1-5
  • October 21, 3:30-5:00: Chapters 1-5
  • October 28, 3:30-5:00: Chapters 6- 17
  • Virtual event.

Join K-12 teachers across the San Joaquin Valley for the 1st in a series of book studies and conversations on race in the US.

Be prepared to:

  • Embrace Curiosity
  • Listen With An Open Heart
  • Participate in Honest & Respectful Dialogue

Our goal is to gain skills to better prepare our students to engage in civil discourse on race
and issues that are essential to understanding our times.

Facilitated by Maureen McCorry of the California Global Education Project @ Stanislaus State.
*.5 UEE credit available from Stan State, if all 3 sessions are attended.

  • March 18, 3:00-7:30pm
  • Livingston Historical Museum

Panel & Interactive Workshop
Lessons Learned: Oral Histories of Japanese American Incarceration 1942-1945

First person accounts, rare primary source documents, and instructional strategies that connect past and present.

  • First person accounts, rare primary source documents, and instructional strategies that connect past and present.
  • Meet and learn from a Nisei and Sansei panel from Merced, Fresno and Turlock- Cortez chapters of the Japanese American Citizens League
  • Access resources that profile courage, resilience, and civic action in the face of prejudice and injustice
  • Explore the Museum’s unique collection of Yamato, Cressey, and Cortez Colony artifacts

Free event. Enrollment is limited. History-Social Science, ELA, IB, & AP teachers are encouraged to register by March 11.

Register Today

*.5 UEE credits available from Stanislaus State

Updated: July 11, 2023