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SOTF2013

  1. 1. Honor Moorman Implementation Team Leader World Savvy honor@worldsavvy.org slideshare.net/hmoorman/sotf2013 “Mind the Gap” CC by sharkbait via Flickr
  2. 2. “Day 42” CC by Amy L Riddle via Flickr What is global competence?
  3. 3. “In Our Hands” CC by charamelody via Flickr Why is global competence important?
  4. 4. “The Earth Belongs To You” CC by Send me adrift via Flickr How can we help students develop global competence?
  5. 5. “In Our Hands” CC by charamelody via Flickr Why is global competence important?
  6. 6. The global is part of our everyday local lives. “You Paris and Me” CC by Nina Matthews via Flickr
  7. 7. “Fargone” CC by iammikeb via Flickr A changing world demands changing skills.
  8. 8. “Tokyo1950” CC by tokyoform via Flickr A global economy means new ways of working.
  9. 9. “Pinteresting” CC by Dave77459 via Flickr Global issues require local solutions.
  10. 10. http://worldsavvy.org/about/why-need/world-savvy-global-competency-research-results/
  11. 11. . 86% Say a solid foundation in world history and events is Agree crucial to Disagree solving the problems in the world today.
  12. 12. . 37% Say that world events were discussed Agree regularly in Disagree their high school classes.
  13. 13. . 37% Say that world events were discussed Agree regularly in Disagree their high school classes.
  14. 14. Video: Global Citizen Journey http://youtu.be/uXoRd45cih4
  15. 15. Global Citizens by Mark Gerzon “We are all global citizens. We have the power to create a better world.” Published in the U.S. as American Citizen, Global Citizen Global citizens: how our vision of the world is outdated, and what we can do about it http://books.google.com/books?id=e0ZDAQAAIAAJ
  16. 16. The Five Stages of Becoming a Global Citizen • Citizen 1.0 – Worldview based on one‟s self (egocentric) • Citizen 2.0 – Worldview based on one‟s group (ideocentric)
Citizen 3.0 – Worldview based on one‟s nation (sociocentric) • Citizen 4.0 – Worldview based on multiple cultures (multicentric) • Citizen 5.0 – Worldview based on the whole Earth (geocentric)
  17. 17. Four Main Actions Required for Developing Global Citizenship • Witnessing – opening our eyes • Learning – opening our minds • Connecting – opening our hearts • Geo-partnering – opening our hands
  18. 18. “The truth is that we are all profoundly affected by the decisions and actions of people whose faces we may never see, whose language we may never speak, and whose names we would not recognize – and they, too, are affected by us. Our well-being and in some cases our survival, depends on recognizing this truth and taking responsibility as global citizens for it.” ~Mark Gerzon, American Citizen, Global Citizen, p. xii
  19. 19. “The shift of worldviews begins with Einstein‟s counsel: „We cannot solve problems at the same level of awareness that created them.‟ So even as we pledge our loyalty to different nations, carry different currencies, serve in opposing armies, and follow different leaders, we must shift our level of awareness to include what is global.” ~Mark Gerzon, American Citizen, Global Citizen, pp. xvii-xviii
  20. 20. “Global awareness instruction . . .” CC by Scott McLeod on Flickr
  21. 21. “Day 42” CC by Amy L Riddle via Flickr What is global competence?
  22. 22. “Global competence is the capacity and disposition to understand and act on issues of global significance.” Veronica Boix Mansilla and Anthony Jackson, Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World, 2011 “Earth at Night” CC by cote via Flickr
  23. 23. “Day 42” CC by Amy L Riddle via Flickr What are the core concepts, skills, attitudes, and behaviors needed in order to . . .  thrive in an interconnected world?  succeed in the global innovation age?  become a responsible, active global citizen?
  24. 24. Core Concepts Attitudes Skills Behaviors
  25. 25. “Day 42” CC by Amy L Riddle via Flickr What is global competence?
  26. 26. “Global competence is the capacity and disposition to understand and act on issues of global significance.” Veronica Boix Mansilla and Anthony Jackson, Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World, 2011 “Earth at Night” CC by cote via Flickr
  27. 27. “The Earth Belongs To You” CC by Send me adrift via Flickr How can we help students develop global competence?
  28. 28. Educating for Global Competence Free! www.asiasociety.org/globalcom petence.pdf
  29. 29. Global Competence Matrix
  30. 30. Global Competence Matrix
  31. 31. Investigate the World “not quite clear on the concept” CC by woodleywonderworks on Flickr
  32. 32. Recognize Perspectives “Sometimes the world seems upside down” CC by jen_maiser via Flickr
  33. 33. Communicate Ideas “42601677.10” CC by torres21 via Flickr
  34. 34. Take Action “On the other side” CC by EmsiProduction via Flickr
  35. 35. Global Competence Matrix
  36. 36. “Teaching students about the world is not a subject in itself, separate from other content areas, but should be an integral part of all subjects taught. We need to open global gateways and inspire students to explore beyond their national borders.” Vivien Stewart, “Becoming Citizens of the World,” Educational Leadership, April 2007 “Open Gate in La Paz” CC by jaytkendall via Flickr
  37. 37. Global Competence Matrices • • • • • • Arts English Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies World Languages
  38. 38. Investigate the World Take Action Recognize Perspectives Communicate Ideas
  39. 39. Looks Like Sounds Like • What does the learning space look like? • What do you see students doing? • What do you see the teacher doing? • What else do you see? • What does the learning space sound like? • What do you hear students saying? • What do you hear the teacher saying? • What else do you hear?
  40. 40. S.A.G.E. • Student choice • Authentic work • Global significance • Exhibition to an audience
  41. 41. S.A.G.E. • Student choice: Students making choices about content, process, and/or product. • Authentic work: Students doing something adults do in the “real world. • Global significance: Students engaging deeply in issues that have clear local and global connections. • Exhibition to an audience: Students presenting their learning to an authentic audience.
  42. 42. Student Choice Exhibition to an Audience Authentic Work Global Significance
  43. 43. Educating for Global Competence Free! www.asiasociety.org/globalcom petence.pdf
  44. 44. PBL in Elementary Science http://youtu.be/p5q4BiGcRqM
  45. 45. Leslie Revis 3rd Year Spanish Beaufort High School http://vimeo.com/36501201
  46. 46. Webinar presented to Fulbright Teachers http://youtu.be/s-gIA62wGAQ
  47. 47. http://www.edutopia.org/stwglobal-competence
  48. 48. Kiva U – See BetterLesson.com
  49. 49. Heifer International
  50. 50. U.S. Department of Education, International Strategy “Global competencies are not a luxury for a select few, but rather, are essential skills for all individuals.” http://www2.ed.gov/about/inits/ed/internationaled/international-strategy-201216.html
  51. 51. International Education Week Nov. 18-22, 2013
  52. 52. The Global Competency Certification Program is a transformative online advanced certification and Masters level program that prepares K-12 educators to effectively teach for global competence and to equip students to succeed in an interconnected world. www.globalcompetency.org
  53. 53. Honor Moorman Implementation Team Leader World Savvy honor@worldsavvy.org slideshare.net/hmoorman/sotf2013 “Mind the Gap” CC by sharkbait via Flickr
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