New job: designing the Changemaker Curriculum for THINK Global School

Four years ago I was named Washington Post Teacher of year which propelled me to start an academic and experiential journey around the world to change education with THINK Global School. After traveling, living, learning and growing in 14 countries with an incredible group of international students the time has come for me to take a one year leave of absence from the classroom.

Celebrating Ganesh Chartuthi in rural home in Shankarpally near Hyderabad, India.

In a few days, a small team of curriculum designers from THINK Global will travel to 15 countries to collaborate with locals and design a project-based global curriculum. Our aim is to have our academic projects grounded in rich experience to successfully prepare students for the 21st century globalized world they live and work in.

I am writing this to firstly announce my new role, but more importantly to ask for your guidance, contacts, and input in creating something that can change the way we see education in the 21st century.

Together, we can create a global curriculum that fosters lifelong-learning, problem-solving, character-development and holistic health and wellness.

Will you join me on this quest?

The countries will be announced soon, but in the meantime check out THINK Global School's webpage explaining the Changemaker Curriculum.

If you have ideas or suggestions please don't hesitate to reach out to me at nmartino@thinkglobalschool.com. I cannot wait to share with you the countries!


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