Global education



Title Global education: reflections from the field
Author(s) Graham Pike
Journal Green Teacher
Date 1998
Issue 54
Start page 6
End page 10
Abstract Explores different approaches to teaching global education, most notably the compartmentalist and holistic paradigms. The compartmentalist approach, which revolves around the study of specific cultures or countries, retains a view of the world as divided and emphasizes similarities. The holistic approach represents the philosophy that the planet is an integrated, dynamic, living system and emphasizes differences. (PVD)

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