The Global Classroom helps develop citizens of the world! We offer an array of resources for educators, students, and the community at large—tools that will inspire a generation.

Empowering the Next Generation of Global Citizens

WorldOregon is excited to offer educators, students, and families programs and resources. Please read below to learn more!  

Global Classroom Offers

TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT provides educational opportunities that strengthen knowledge about local and global issues. 

YOUNG LEADERS IN ACTION brings together diverse groups of high school students from the Salem & Portland metro areas to gain a global perspective on local justice issues, develop new leadership skills, and learn creative strategies to take action in the community. 2023-2024 cohort starts in October. 

CULTURE BOX LENDING LIBRARY offers hands-on materials, lessons about the art, culture and daily life of people from over 100 countries! Culture Box sets can include musical instruments, cooking utensils, traditional dress, games, and much more

GLOBAL and MULTICULTURAL RESOURCE CENTER is a library of educational materials for the classroom. This collection of books and activities addresses anti-bias education, equity, social justice, civil rights, and human rights. It also includes a wide range of activities about arts & crafts, families, festivals, food, folklore, games, music, and geography.

  •  Download the complete GMRC reference library.

World Oregon has advisory councils for our three key areas of programming and would like to thank the following individuals for joining us to share their expertise and perspective as WorldOregon broadens and deepens our engagement in our community. This work helps our staff continually improve our programming, aligning with our diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) goals.

Global Classroom Education Advisory Council
Ben Bruhn, Plymouth High School; Heidemarie Goertzen, Benson Polytechnic High School; Meredith Wales, Skyview High School; McKenzie Coulson, Tigard High School; and Jasmine Locke, Westview High School; Michele Machado, Sitton Elementary School

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