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This article outlines the goals and components of the Specialization in International Education teacher education program, launched at the University of Prince Edward Island in 1998. The program includes an international teaching practicum. Data from 16 students who have completed the program indica...
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Presents four dimensions of a model of global education: inner, temporal, spatial, and issues related. Outlines key ideas, knowledge, skills, and attitudes for each dimension. Describes learning and teaching in the global classroom. (SK)
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Suggests that the influence of national culture on dominant characterizations of global education may be at odds with a movement that attempts to portray the borderlessness of today's world. The article discusses common threads and national distinctiveness in perceptions of global education, ex...
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Global education is a relatively new term in the education world. It brings together two strands of educational thinking: worldmindedness and child-centeredness. This document offers strategies for implementing global education into the curriculum by considering its infusion and integration. Activit...
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Global education is a relatively new term in the education world. It brings together two strands of educational thinking: worldmindedness and child-centeredness. This document offers strategies for implementing global education into the curriculum by considering its infusion and integration. Activit...
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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 app...
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Introduces a theme issue on global education, noting that interpretations and perceptions of the nature and purpose of global education differ from one country to another and sometimes within countries. Articles in this issue illustrate some of the strands of national distinctiveness that are found ...