All of the reports, articles, books, and other resources referenced on the Global Teacher Education Website can be found here.  All references are listed alphabetically.  To recommend a reference, contact us, email us, or upload a reference to our site (you do not need to include an attachment or document, just a reference will suffice).

Books and Book Chapters

Anzaldúa, Gloria E. (1987). Borderlands/La Frontera: The new metiza.  San Francisco, CA:  Spinters/Aunt Lute Books.

Sen, Amartya. (1999). Development as freedomNew York: Anchor Books.

Cushner, Kenneth & Brennan, Sharon. (2007). Intercultural Student Teaching:  A Bridge to Global Competence.  Lanham, MD:  Rowman & Littlefield Education.

Goodwin, A. Lin & Oyler, Celia.  (2008).  "Teacher Educators at Gatekeepers:  Deciding who is ready to teach."  In Handbook of Research in Teacher Education:  Enduring Questions in Changing Contexts, third edition.  Cochran-Smith, Marilyn; Feiman-Nemser, Sharon; McIntyre, D. John.; Demers, Kellly E. (editors), p. 468-490.

Hayden, M.C., Levy, J.J., & Thompson, Jack. (2007). Introduction. In M. Hayden, J. Levy, & J. Thompson (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education, (pp. 1-8). London: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Haywood, Terry. (2007).  A simple typology of international-mindedness and its implications for education.  In M.C. Hayden, Jack Levy, & J.J. Thompson (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Research in International Education, (pp. 79-89). London: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Merryfield, Merry, Jarchow, Elaine & Pickert, Sarah.  (1997).  Preparing Teachers to Teach Global Perspectives.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Corwin.

Noddings, Nell. (2005). The challenge to care in schools: An alternative approach to education. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Shaklee, Beverley & Baily, Supriya. (2012).  Introduction: A framework for internationalizing teacher preparation. In B. Shaklee and S. Baily (Eds.), Internationalizing U.S. Teacher Education, (pp. 1-13).  Lanham, MD:  Rowman & Littlefield.

Quezada, Reyes. (2012). Internationalization of Teacher Education:  Creating Globally Competent Teachers and Teacher Educators for the 21st Century. New York, NY: Routledge.

Wheatley, Margaret J. (2002). Turning to one another: Simple conversations to restore hope in the futureSan Francisco: Berrett-Koshler Publishers, Inc.

Conference Presentations and Papers

Koziol, Steven; Greenberg, James; Wiliams, Letitia; Niehaus, Elizabeth & Jacobson, Claire. (2011).  Internationalizing Teacher Education: A Systemic Initiative.  Presentation at the International Conference on Education for Teaching: Glasgow, Scotland.

Curriculum Resources

Global Campaign for Education (GCE-US).  Lesson for All:  Enhacing Global Competence.

Journal Articles

Cochran-Smith, Marilyn. (1995). Color blindness and basket making are not the answers: Confronting the dilemmas of race, culture, and language diversity in teacher educationAmerican Educational Research Journal, 32(3), 493-522.

Gewirtz, Sharon. (1998). Conceptualizing social justice in education: Mapping the territory. Journal of Educational Policy, 13, 469-484. 

Hayden, M.C., & Thompson, J.J. (1995).  Perceptions of international education: a preliminary studyInternational Review of Education, 41, 389-404. 

Hill, Ian. (2012). Evolution of education for international mindednessJournal of Research in International Education, 11, 245-262. 

Kissock, Craig & Richardson, Paula.  (2010).  Calling for action within the teaching profession: it is time to internationalize teacher education.  Teaching Education, 21 (1) 89 - 101.

Knight, Jane.  (2003).  Updating the Definition of Internationalization.  International Higher Education, 33 p. 2 - 3.

Novak, Michael. (2000). Defining social justiceFirst Things

Quezada, Reyes; Estrada, Ana U. & Ammer, J. (2013).  The internationalization of a Catholic university's graduate education and professional programs: Preparing global educators, family therapists, couselors, and leaders for the 21st century.  Catholic Education: A Journal of Theory and Practice, 14 (4) 413-416.

Quezada, Reyes. (2013). Global student teacher transformation experiences: Living the faith through the shared Christian learning praxis process.  Catholic Education: A Journal of Theory and Practice, 14 (4) 417-440.

Quezada, Reyes.  (2010).  Internationalization of teacher education: creating globally competent teachers and teacher educators for the twenty‐first century.  Teaching Education, 21 (1) 1 - 5.

Quezada, Reyes & Cordeiro, Paula. (2007). Internationalizing colleges of education: Educating teachers for global awareness.  Teacher Education Quarterly, 34 (1) 3-7.

Stewart, Vivien. (2007).  Becoming Citizens of the World. Educational Leadership, 64 (4) 8-14.

Tate, Nicholas. (2012).  Challenges and pitfalls facing international education in a post-international worldJournal of Research in International Education, 11, 205-217. 

Zajda, Joseph, Majhanovich, Suzanne & Rust, Val. (2006). Introduction: Education and social justice. Review of Education, 5, 9-22

Zeichner, Kenneth. (2010). Rethinking the connections between campus courses and field experiences in college and university-based teacher education programs. Journal of Teacher Education, 89 (11), p. 89-99.


American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL).  Global Competence Position Statement.  Washington, DC:  ACTFL.

Boix Mansilla, Veronica & Jackson, Anthony.  (2011).  Educating for Global Competence:  Preparing Youth to Engage the World.  New York, NY:  Asia Society Partnership for Global Learning.

Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement (CIGE).  (2012). Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses:  2012 Edition.  Washington, DC:  American Council on Education.

Furman, Nelly; Goldberg, David & Lusin, Natalia.  (2010).  Enrollments in Languages Other than English in United States Institutions of Higher Education, Fall 2009.  Washington, DC: Modern Language Association.

Green, Madeleine F. & Olson, Christa.  (2003).  Internationalizing the Campus: A User’s Guide.  Washington, DC:  American Council on Education.

Green, Madeleine F. & Shoenburg, Robert. (2006).  Where Faculty Live: Internationalizing the Disciplines.  Washington, DC:  American Council on Education.

Longview Foundation. (2008). Teacher Preparation for the Global Age: The Imperative for Change.

Modern Language Association of America (MLA). (2007).  Foreign Languages and Higher Education: New Structures for a Changed World.  Washington, DC:  MLA.

Moss, David M.; Manise, Jennifer & Soppelsa, Betty.  (2012).  Preparing Globally Competent Teachers:  Background Paper for CAEP Commissioners.  Washington, DC:  NAFSA:  Association of International Educators.

Schneider, Ann. (2007).  To Leave No Teacher Behind.  Building International Competence into the Undergraduate Training of K-12 Teachers.  

United States Department of Education.  (2012).  Succeeding Globally Through International Education and Engagement:  U.S. Department of Education International Education Strategy 2012 - 2016.  Washington, DC:  United States Deparment of Education.

University-Based Centers and Resources

Indiana University. Center for the Study of Global Change.

Michigan State University.  Global Educators Cohort Program.

Michigan State University.  Office of International Studies in Education.

Michigan State University, Office of K-12 Education Resources.  "Internationalizing Michigan Education Annual Conference."

Rutgers University Graduate School of Education.  Jersey Roots, Global Reach.

Teach Global

University of Illinois.  Center for Global Studies.

University of Maryland - College Park.  Office of International Initiatives.

University of Michigan.  World History Initative.

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.  World View:  An International Program for Educators.

Websites and Web-Based Resources

American Council on Education, Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement.  "Campus Internationalization: Making the Case for Internationalization."

The Globally Competent Teaching Continuum.  University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.