The purpose of this research is to investigate the complex dynamics of digital diplomacy in education by conducting qualitative interviews with thirty educators. The study digs into the use of digital tools in teaching approaches, the problems that come with technological integration, and the influence of international partnerships on educators' professional growth. The findings are consistent with earlier research, highlighting the transformational power of digital technologies in influencing instructional methods and forging global relationships. Teachers emphasized the good impact of foreign relationships, which contribute to improved cultural awareness and student motivation. Despite the benefits, technical concerns and differing digital literacy skills among students were observed, emphasizing the importance of focused professional development. The report closes with recommendations for increasing the integration of Digital Diplomacy in Education, such as strong technical assistance, standardized frameworks for international partnerships, and customized professional development efforts. These findings add to the larger discussion of technology, diplomacy, and education, providing guidance for policymakers, educators, and stakeholders interested in establishing an integrated and inclusive global education system.
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