Banyan Global Learning

Stories and accounts of edtech, distance learning, international student collaborations, virtual field trips, teaching English abroad, and tips for techy teachers.

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Join the Big Dayta Project: International Collaboration for K12 Students

Big Dayta is growing and we invite you to spread the word!  Big Dayta is a collaborative international project that was started in 2015. It […]

Lingoloop Jr. Launches at Tsai Hsing School

Here at BGL we’ve always been proud to subscribe to the tenet that there is no one-size-fits-all model for education. Students have different abilities, different needs and […]

Building a Remote Culture: Using VC for an All-Staff Meeting

A challenge facing an increasingly dispersed, literally global, workforce is how to create a workplace culture when the work “place” is virtual. How does one […]

ISTE 2019: A Wonderland for Education Innovators

By Jacquelin Fink, M.Ed., BGL‘s Vice President of Curriculum & Professional Development As a long-time online educator and first-time ISTE Conference attender, I was blown away […]

Music Videos for the New School Year

Hey everyone!  While y’all have been enjoying your summer (we hope), we here at BGL have been working tirelessly to make sure the 2019-2020 school […]

Next Vista Project: Winners and Reflections

BGL‘s 8th grade students from Tsai Hsing School recently participated in the international Next Vista Competition. Next Vista inspires students to become teachers by creating […]

Field Trips Live: Apple Campus in Cupertino, California

Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area was a place of quiet fruit orchards until sometime in the 1970s when the semiconductor industry took […]

What’s it like to live and teach in Kunshan, China?

Kunshan is a sleepy little city of 2 million people (!) about 45 miles to the west of the Shanghai, China. It offers a good […]

A Day in the Life of a Kindergarten Teacher in Kunshan, China

Thanks to BGL’s Teacher Katie for taking us through a typical day in the life of a kindergarten teacher at Xing Kong (Starry Sky) Kindergarten […]

Teaching Abroad in Taiwan: A Home for the Restless Wanderer

The following is Teacher Joanna’s reflection on her teach abroad experience. The last place I ever thought I would call a home is Taipei, Taiwan. […]

BGL Media: Music Videos for Kindergarteners

Some of the most fun we have here at BGL is when we write original songs and produce music videos to go along with them. […]

Field Trips Live: Petersen Automotive Museum

It is no surprise that with 4.12 million miles of highway, 88% of the people in the United States own cars. What better place for […]

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