Educating Citizens for Global Awareness
Teachers College Press, Jan 1, 2005 - Education - 161 pages
Educating students about their roles as global citizens is a challenge that has taken on increasing importance in recent years. In this volume, prominent educators join Nel Noddings to address the issue of global citizenship, what this means, and how it should shape curriculum and teaching in K-12 classrooms. Features: frameworks for educating global citizens, including building community and mutual respect, creating social responsibility, instilling an appreciation for diversity, promoting emotional literacy, and managing and resolving conflict: practical suggestions to help teachers enrich their classrooms with global content; advice for teaching better global attitudes throughout the curriculum, including social studies, science, literature, and math classes; and diverse perspectives by leading educators and scholars on global citizenship and its value to education and community.
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