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Globayo connects investors with investment opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa. We make offshore capital accessible to Sub-Saharan African businesses by connecting sponsors of shovel-ready projects with investors in the US and world over. Lead Generation is our expertise. Globayo has agents on ground that comb the main cities of Sub-Saharan African for shovel-ready projects that have tremendous investment appeal. Other services include (but not limited to) new American international school development, school management, school conversions (converting existing private schools into American international schools), school acquisitions, school partnerships, school accreditation (including International Baccalaureate) assistance, curriculum development, professional development for teachers and administrators, school business plan assistance, and offshore business loan services.
Our vision is to develop 21st Century American international school communities where students are informed and formed to become productive global citizens; with skills and values that excel in a complex, interconnected, and changing world.
Vision Statement
In all schools that we develop, partner with, convert, or manage, our mission will be to offer a United States curriculum and international baccalaureate program that will prepare students to become global citizens, and to grow in self-knowledge in order to become productive and responsible citizens with a capacity for lifelong learning, and a pathway for continued studies in the United States.
Mision Statement
"Curriculum as a process of constructing life involves the manipulation of the learning environment which in turn introduces cognitive conflict and curricular disequilibrium into students’ curricular constructions. Student construct knowledge for themselves as they deal with the cognitive struggle to restore curricular equilibrium." - Vincent Izuegbu
"Learning is a personal and spiritual enterprise that deserves prayerful 
devotion." - Vincent Izuegbu.
Teaching Philosophy
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Izuegbu, V.E.  (2010). Schultz, B. D. (2008). Spectacular things happen along the way: Lessons from an urban classroom. New York: Teachers College Press. The Chronicle of Middle Level Education Research Volume 10, no 2.
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chronicle/2006-2010/2010junChronicle.pdf
 

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Izuegbu, V.E.  (2011). Students as designers of their own life curricula: The reconstruction of experience in education. Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
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Izuegbu, V.E.  (2007). Students as designers of their own life curricula: Reconstruction of experience in education through thoughtful deliberate action. Journal of Thought Vol.2, no 2.
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Other Publications
Vincent Izuegbu, PhD
President & CEO
Izuegbu, V.E.  (2009). The Reconstruction of Experience in Education –  paper presented to the faculty of Elmhurst College Illinois.  
Izuegbu, V.E.  (2009). Education and the Corporate machine – Lecture delivered to graduate students at Elmhurst College Illinois.  
Izuegbu, V.E. (1999a). He who sings well…The Power. The Charismatic Movement of St. Joseph Major Seminary, Special Millennium Edition, 39-40.
Izuegbu, V.E. (1999b). The strange powers of silence. The Pillar. The Marian Association of Bigard Memorial Seminary Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria, 12, 29-30.
Izuegbu, V.E. (1999c). They kill to make money. The Fountain Newsletter: St. Joseph Major Seminary Ikot-Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, 1 (3), 8&14.
Izuegbu, V.E. (1998a). Christmas theological reflection: In your minds, you must be the same as Christ Jesus. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria, 3, 24-26.
Izuegbu, V.E. (1998c). The fragile tool toward emancipation. The Fountain. St. Joseph Major Seminary Ikot-Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, 33, 7-8. 
Izuegbu, V.E. (1997a). Communication theology. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria,2, 16-18
Izuegbu, V.E. (1998b). On sex industry. The sign. National Association of Philosophy Students 4(6 ), 14
Izuegbu, V.E. (1997b). The Resurrection question. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria,1,46-48.
Izuegbu, V.E. (1997c). St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor at twenty five: The silver jubilee celebration in retrospect. Tomorrow. All Hallows’ Seminary Onitsha, Nigeria, 24-25.
Izuegbu, V.E. (1997e). The silver jubilee celebration of St. Paul’s Seminary: Anticipated, come and gone. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria, 1, 16-19.
Izuegbu, V.E. (1996). Technology and human procreation. The Fountain. St. Joseph Major Seminary Ikot-Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, 31, 16-17.
Izuegbu, V.E. (1997d). Assumption garden of Our Lady: A Work of Art. The Chronicler: St. Paul’s Seminary Ukpor, Nigeria, 1, 15-16.
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