Welcome to Globally Grounded, a company and website dedicated to equipping students crossing cultures, their families and those who educate them to effectively navigate the triumphs and trials associated with living and learning between and amongst domestic and international cultures.

RECENT EVENTS

RESEARCH LAUNCH

THE 2020 REPORT
SURVEYING THE LANDSCAPE: COMMON PRACTICES, CHALLENGES AND
OPPORTUNITIES IN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL TRANSITIONS-CARE
READ IT NOW
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IN CONVERSATION

WATCH RESEARCHERS JANE BARRON AND ELLEN MAHONEY 
JOIN COLLEAGUES AROUND THE WORLD TO DISCUSS THEIR RESEARCH & EXPLORE
WHAT IS BEING DONE, WHAT THE CHALLENGES 
AND THE OPPORTUNITIES ARE 
FOR IMPROVING HOW WE ALL SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL COMMUNITY MEMBERS' 
TRANSITIONS-CARE NEEDS.
WATCH NOW

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Every student needs healthy emotional wellbeing before they can remember, critically or creatively think, problem solve, analyse or synthesise – in other words, learn. As with any transition experienced throughout life, for students moving, being moved away from or moving across diverse educational and social cultures, the challenges can be significant to reach this place of wellbeing.

 Globally Grounded consults to international and local schools, families and students crossing cultures so that living and learning between and among cultures is not an inhibitor but an enhancer of learning for all. 

Co-author of:FIGT17NL Books

Insights and Interviews from The 2017 Families in Global Transition (FIGT) Conference Building on the Basics: Creating Your Tribe on the Move

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A proud member of:

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Current Partnership Projects:

Surveying the Landscape: Common practices, challenges, and opportunities in International School transitions-care – Research Partnership with Ellen Mahoney  from Sea Change Mentoring

Supporting Cross-Cultural Students in Australian Schools – Professional Learning Experiences Partnership with Danielle Pringle from Student Concierge Connect