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Yes, we welcome additional case studies of additional teacher education programs that are internationalizing teacher preparation.  Connect with us here to share your recommendations or contact the GTE site administrator at

Academics and professionals committed to internationalizing teacher education programs.  If you are interested in submitting a blog post, visit the About section for more information on submitting your idea.

You can share syllabi, examples, best practices, how-tos, MOUs, webinars, tables, images, or videos – any resources that contribute to the field of internationalizing teacher education programs.  You can also post content from within different sections of the GTE site.

First, you must register and be approved by our administrator.  From your profile page, click the blue “Post Content” button, specify what kind of content you wish you upload, and fill in the fields. 

GTE welcomes your recommendations as we are seeking to provide as much information as we can about the field. We rely on our community to help make this a robust, current resource. Please post your resources here or connect with us here to share your recommendations.  If you are unsure how to post a resource, you can find out more here. offers many different avenues to get involved.  A great place to start is the Connect section.  There you can start a discussion in our forums, read our blog, post or review upcoming events, or upload a webinar.  You can also discuss or comment on any existing content.  Our Members Directory allows members to find other registered users by research area or geographical region.  You may also visit our reference desk where you can browse either the Strategies & Methods sections that highlights different efforts across campuses or the Theory & Practice section that features case studies from different campuses in the U.S.