Preparing Teachers for the
Global Age



Teaching without Borders

                           Kate Woodward, Ph.D.
       ...
Teachers: Models of Global Citizenship
Outline of Session

•   Where we came from

•   What we are and are not

•   What we were thinking

•   Where we are now

...
U.S. and Other Countries

• Learn about other countries

  U.S.                    Other Countries

• Learn from other cou...
Khalsa Research



Trust in…


Organization   International   Students        Pedagogy
               Collaboration


Tech...
Outline of Session

•   Where we came from

•   What we are and are not

•   What we were thinking

•   Where we are now

...
Teachers: Models of Global Citizenship
Purpose of a Global Strand

What?
Preparation of 21st century educators
Globally-skilled teachers beyond a one-course
  pr...
Outline of Session

•   Where we came from

•   What we are and are not

•   What we were thinking

•   Where we are now

...
Global Strand: Categories, Rounds

3 Categories   Knowledge, skills & dispositions
3 Rounds       Round 1, 2, 3
__________...
Rounds: Sequencing of Global Thread


              Round 3 
                                                      Culmi...
Global Strand: Categories, Rounds, Constructs


3 Categories            Knowledge, skills & dispositions
3 Rounds         ...
Global Conundrum



“The thing is, through all of my classes,
  no one ever explained exactly why we
        must do this ...
Definitions

   Global dimensions of content, citizenship,
       languages, & relation to diversity
            Beginning...
Round 1 in the Program
     Definitions
•   Beginning Knowledge -
    Global dimensions of content, citizenship, language,...
Global Strand: Constructs, Categories, Rounds


5 Constructs
     •Definitions
       Definitions
     •Rationale
      ...
CONSTRUCTS

•Definitions                  Categories
•Rationale
•Standards
•Collaboration                             Adva...
Outline of Session

•   Where we came from

•   What we are and are not

•   What we were thinking

•   Where we are now

...
Exiting Graduate Student


                       Criteria

 Communication: Multicultural global participant

 Leadership:...
Curriculum: Sequencing of Global Framework



         Round 3: Next 21-27 credits 
                                     ...
Outline of Session

•   Where we came from

•   What we are and are not

•   What we were thinking

•   Where we are now

...
“One can’t believe impossible things.”

                                                             “I daresay you haven’...
Thinking about Global Thread:
       Categories, Rounds, and Constructs

CONSTRUCTS
                                      ...
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  1. 1. Preparing Teachers for the Global Age Teaching without Borders Kate Woodward, Ph.D. Datta Kaur Khalsa, Ph.D.
  2. 2. Teachers: Models of Global Citizenship
  3. 3. Outline of Session • Where we came from • What we are and are not • What we were thinking • Where we are now • Where we are going
  4. 4. U.S. and Other Countries • Learn about other countries U.S. Other Countries • Learn from other countries U.S. Other Countries
  5. 5. Khalsa Research Trust in… Organization International Students Pedagogy Collaboration Technology Teamwork Self-efficacy Support Skills Skills
  6. 6. Outline of Session • Where we came from • What we are and are not • What we were thinking • Where we are now • Where we are going
  7. 7. Teachers: Models of Global Citizenship
  8. 8. Purpose of a Global Strand What? Preparation of 21st century educators Globally-skilled teachers beyond a one-course program requirement. Why? Need to progressively acquire global, interactive knowledge, skills and dispositions with technology integration.
  9. 9. Outline of Session • Where we came from • What we are and are not • What we were thinking • Where we are now • Where we are going
  10. 10. Global Strand: Categories, Rounds 3 Categories Knowledge, skills & dispositions 3 Rounds Round 1, 2, 3 __________________________________
  11. 11. Rounds: Sequencing of Global Thread Round 3   Culminates in global course Advanced (Program continues) Knowledge Skills and Dispositions GlobalTechnology Round 2  Developing Knowledge Skills and Dispositions Global Technology Round 1  Beginning Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions
  12. 12. Global Strand: Categories, Rounds, Constructs 3 Categories Knowledge, skills & dispositions 3 Rounds Round 1, 2, 3 ____________________________ 5 Constructs  •Definitions Definitions  •Rationale Rationale  •Standards Standards  Collaboration  Project-based learning __________________________________
  13. 13. Global Conundrum “The thing is, through all of my classes, no one ever explained exactly why we must do this „noble deed.‟ I think it was supposed to be assumed” (Anonymous student).
  14. 14. Definitions Global dimensions of content, citizenship, languages, & relation to diversity Beginning Knowledge Expand digital information literacy skills and search for sources of online learning communities Beginning Skills Self awareness and learning from others Beginning Dispositions
  15. 15. Round 1 in the Program Definitions • Beginning Knowledge - Global dimensions of content, citizenship, language, and relation to diversity • Beginning Skills – Expand digital information literacy skills and search sources of online learning communities • Beginning Dispositions – Self awareness and learning from others Rationale & Standards • Beginning Knowledge - Rationale for global perspective as related to curricular content & 21st century skills • Beginning Skills - Compare and contrast varied perspectives • Beginning Dispositions- Appreciation for development of social capital and/or social resources
  16. 16. Global Strand: Constructs, Categories, Rounds 5 Constructs  •Definitions Definitions  •Rationale Rationale  •Standards Standards  Collaboration •Collaboration  •Project-based learning Project-based learning __________________________________ 3 Categories Knowledge, skills & dispositions 3 Rounds Beginning, developing, advanced __________________________________
  17. 17. CONSTRUCTS •Definitions Categories •Rationale •Standards •Collaboration Advanced Knowledge •Project-based learning Skills and Dispositions Categories GlobalTechnology Developing Knowledge Skills and Dispositions Categories Global Technology Beginning Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions
  18. 18. Outline of Session • Where we came from • What we are and are not • What we were thinking • Where we are now • Where we are going
  19. 19. Exiting Graduate Student Criteria Communication: Multicultural global participant Leadership: Leader in creating global communities Research: Digital global context Multiple literacies: Global integration Project-based planning: Global voices
  20. 20. Curriculum: Sequencing of Global Framework Round 3: Next 21-27 credits   Culminates in global course Advanced (Program continues) Knowledge Skills and Dispositions GlobalTechnology Round 2: Next 12-18 credits  Developing Knowledge Skills and Dispositions Global Technology Round 1:First 3-9 credits  Beginning Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions
  21. 21. Outline of Session • Where we came from • What we are and are not • What we were thinking • Where we are now • Where we are going
  22. 22. “One can’t believe impossible things.” “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” Lewis Carroll http://www.logoi.com/pastimages/alice_in_wonderland.html
  23. 23. Thinking about Global Thread: Categories, Rounds, and Constructs CONSTRUCTS Categories •Definitions •Rationale •Standards Round 3, Advanced (Culminates in •Collaboration Knowledge Global Course, •Project-based learning Skills and Program Dispositions Continues) Categories GlobalTechnology Round 2 Developing Knowledge Skills and Dispositions Categories Global Technology Round 1 Beginning Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions

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