What We Believe
Before we can teach and inspire the next generation of K12 students, we need to train and empower our teachers on the use of technology-driven resources (content, apps, software, tools, and projects). Our educators need to embrace technology-driven resources as assets to their existing curriculum and teaching methodologies.
We know that adding educational technology into today's classrooms transform the way students learn and succeed in today's competitive global economy and workforce. Simply put, embracing educational technology opens the door to:
- Train 21st Century educators to change the way they teach students - leveraging technology
- Teach 21st century skills to students leveraging available technology so they can thrive in today’s world
- Shift from teacher-centered learning to student-centered learning
- Empower more than 1,000,000 public and private school teachers to transform the lives of this generation of students today - online, offline. anytime, anywhere.
We are a partnership-based organization. We are a consortium of experts in educational technology, education reform, blended curriculum development, workforce development, and continuing professional education.
Founder & CEO
Gertrude has more than 35 years experience in program development, education reform and business leadership. She leads the GLA team in its mission to make next generation education available to anyone, anywhere - to leverage the best educational practices, content and resource to encourage global advancement.
Vice President, Business Development & Operations
With 30 years experience developing partnerships to empower change through innovation and philanthropy, Stacy leads the development of partnerships, workforce strategies, and events to bridge the gap between today’s job market and tomorrow’s empowered global workforce.
Faculty Lead, Content Director
Rushton Hurley, who has been a Japanese language teacher, a principal of an online high school, a teacher trainer, an educational technology researcher, and a school reform consultant. He is the founder and executive director of Next Vista for Learning, which houses a free library of videos by and for teachers and students at NextVista.org. Since 2005, Rushton has trained teachers and other professionals in North America, Europe, and Asia, presenting at regional and national conferences. He has been the faculty lead for GLA since 2013.
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