Elizabeth O. Crawford is an associate professor of elementary education in the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Watson College of Education where she teaches courses in instructional design, social studies methods, global education, and play and the creative arts. She recently co-authored the book, Worldwise Learning: A Teacher’s Guide to Shaping a Just, Sustainable Future, that aims to support K-8 educators and their students as they learn about and address contemporary local and global challenges in their unique contexts. The book’s Pedagogy for People, Planet, and Prosperity framework was informed by humane education, underscoring the interconnectedness of ecological and social issues and solutions. Elizabeth’s research and teaching focus on promising practices that nurture teachers’ and students’ global competence. She has published in diverse journals like The Journal of Social Studies Research,Social Studies Research & Practice, International Journal of Early Childhood Environmental Education, Social Studies and the Young Learner, and Childhood Education where she and her co-author received the 2017 Distinguished Childhood Education Article award for their article, “Conscientious Consumerism: A Curriculum Pilot to Support the Sustainable Development Goals.” Elizabeth was a 2017–2018 Global Teacher Education Fellow sponsored by the Longview Foundation and currently serves as an Ambassador at HundrED and on the Educator Advisory Committee Member at the Global Oneness Project. Previously, she served on the board of directors of the Institute for Humane Education. Elizabeth collaborates with educators, faculty, and non-profit organizations around the world with the shared vision of creating a more peaceful, equitable, and sustainable world for all.