This cocurricular program, and others like it, will become increasingly connected to courses and curricula as departments globalize their majors.
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Capitalize on institutional strategic priorities to infuse global learning where it does not yet exist. These areas are likely to have resources and activities into which global learning can be integrated. Forge new paths to connect existing sites of global learning. In this way, it becomes possible to acknowledge what is already happening on campus, while creating something new and exciting. Notes 1. Previous Issues. See All. Community engagement can be confounding. The insights, confrontations, and sobering realities Read more.
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Exploring Global Citizenship Education through Integrated Curricula
We are now faced with a multiplicity of global linkages, far distant events and decisions impact nationally and locally. The current world order is being changed by the forces of globalization. There is greater integration, e. These issues have global, national and local dimensions to them and education has a crucial role to play in creating awareness of such issues.
Too often in the past educators have focused solely on the extent of the problems rather than the range of solutions. Global education in the 21st century is thus about educating in a spirit of hope and optimism, which recognises the rights and responsibilities of both present and future generations. The utilitarian and market driven ethos of society today is often at odds with the need to work towards a more just and sustainable world.
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