To say that you’re school wants to globalizing it’s curriculum is one thing, but what does that mean? Use these tools to help you develop an understanding of where you’re at regarding global education and what steps you needs to take to become even more globalized.
The Asia Society is the first place to look for rubrics and checklists that help develop global competencies. These resources are divided into grade levels and subject areas to help teachers address specific needs. The “I can” statements remind students that they have a voice and can be part of the solution.
According to World Savy, global competence is “the skills, values, and behaviors that prepare young people to thrive in a more diverse, interconnected world.” Visit their site to learn more about World Savy’s Global Competency Matrix.
Oxfam’s Education for Global Citizenship Guide clearly lays out what it means to be a global citizen and the steps that students and teachers need to take to become a true global citizen