From Today's Student to Tomorrow's Global Innovator
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InterEd helps educators do what they do best, even better.
The InterEd program is
a Global STEAM
that focuses on authentic student-centered learning experiences through the lens of global competencies.
Why use the InterEd program?
We are facing the challenge of reimagining our educational system;
one that ensures that our students are able to respond to the needs
and demands of the current and future global economy
Here are some key features of the program.
Includes the Global Competency Framework and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Focuses each unit on a global technology innovator using the skills of STEAM to address a current issue
Extends students' inquiry of the issues by having them identify a challenge to generate and present solutions through a STEAM approach
Sample Course Structure
Lesson 1: Investigate the World
Lesson 2: Recognize Perspectives
Lesson 3: Communicate Ideas
Lesson 4: Take Action
Take Action for the Sustainable Development
Goals of UN through their business
Engaging and Project-based Curriculum
Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose,
Recycle: Eliminating Plastics and
Microplastics in our Oceans
Biotechnology: Providing Preventative
Solutions for Global Health
Global competencies are the knowledge, skills, and dispositions used to understand our world and
act to make a difference for the issues of our time.
When students practice global competencies, they embrace cultural differences and can
empathize with multiple perspectives.
Globally competent individuals work collaboratively to solve problems, innovate,
and recognize the influences individuals and culture have on each other.
In the InterEd program, we adhere to these four competencies (CCSSO, Asia Society).
The four competencies are:
Investigate the World
- Globally competent students are aware, curious, and interested in learning about the world and how it works.
- Globally competent students recognize that they have a particular perspective and that others may or may not share it.
- Globally competent students can effectively communicate, verbally and non-verbally, with diverse audiences.
- Globally competent students have the skills and knowledge to not just learn about the world, but also to make a difference in the world.
21st Century Learning?
While there are many 21st century skills, the four most common ones are the 4 C’s: critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration. The 4 C’s help students develop important cognitive skills and interpersonal skills that transfer across content and tasks and are necessary for success in college, career, and life.
- The set of skills used to analyze data to form a judgment such as observation, analysis, interpretation, reflection, evaluation, and decision-making.
- The ability to generate new ideas or solutions of value. These can be solutions to problems, inventions, or an artistic endeavor.
- The ability to effectively share one’s own thinking or ideas with others and understand others.
- The complex set of inter- and intra-personal skills used when individuals work together in service of a shared goal. These include self-regulation, relationship building, goal setting, progress monitoring, and feedback.
Steps for using the InterEd Program
Get to know the platform through our demo and explore the professional learning modules to deepen your knowledge of key content and facilitation moves.
Set you and students up for success. Assess students’ readiness in order to identify your goals for the program. Then, incorporate the InterEd units into scope and sequence plans and finalize your rubric.
Launch the weekly lessons with students using our online platform. Throughout the units, use the rubric and peer feedback opportunities to support students’ success and learning.
Showcase products and learning to the target audience. Be sure to celebrate all that has been accomplished!
Close each unit by reflecting on the content, global competencies, and overall process. Have students set some goals for future units.
Founder and CEO
Seattle Food Tech, Inc.
Rebellyous Foods is a food manufacturing technology and production company defined solely to catapult meat alternative production toward price parity with animal-based meat.
Social Innovation Japan
Mymizu is Japan's first water refill app helps to access free refill points. The app guides you to the nearest water fountain or eco-friendly cafe that offers free refills.
Salvador Nissi Vilcovsky
Founder and CEO
Memomi Labs Inc.
MemoMi is one of the new generation of technology companies focused on the Internet of Things: transforming industries such as retail by making devices more intelligent and connected.
Co-Founder and CEO
MedAnswers, Inc is the only digital health app on the market to provide infertility patients with access to reproductive physicians and attorneys for on-demand answers.
Social Innovation Japan
AgroFides is a business development and capital resourcing partner helping small and medium-scale farmers in developing countries and emerging markets secure capital and services.
Co-Founder, The Yield Lab, Asia Pacific
The Yield Lab is enabling entrepreneurs to revolutionize global agri-food systems while investing and accelerating early-stage companies. The Company also promotes educational resources and ecosystem with their NPO Yield Lab Institute.
Olaf de Swart
SolarDuck is developing scalable, seaworthy solutions to safely mass produce electricity offshore. Offering independent electric power to megacities without any carbon emissions.
David Delmar Sentíes
Founder, Executive Director
Resilient Coders is a volunteer-based program focused on making web technology more available to urban youth who might not otherwise be exposed to it. We believe in technology as meritocracy.
The InterEd program provides opportunities for students to authentically connect with a curriculum that is unique because it is globally focused. Students identify problems that they connect with and hope to solve.
InterEd provides ways for teachers to support and challenge students and give feedback to them for growth in their STEM education.
Molly Zick, Instructional Leader,
Our goal is to encourage our students to be part of the global community through STEAM education. With InterEd, our students have a chance to make difference at home and around the world.
Mitsuhiko Kosaka, CEO of InterEd’s Partner Company,
I love the premise of these lessons and feel they will improve the way students see their capability to positively change the world.
In addition, they become more globally aware as they go through the lessons. I have no doubt this will happen in the future.
Claris M. Diaz, Science Teacher,
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