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Jamie and Nicole review the why, what, and how of K-12 schools creating environments of global competence in the 21st-century public schools.

Jamie and Nicole review the why, what, and how of K-12 schools creating environments of global competence in the 21st-century public schools.

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  1. 1. G E A E G C 2019 California Association of Bilingual Educators March 20-23, 2019 Long Beach, California
  2. 2. 2 Email: nchavez@ocde.org Web: http://www.ocde.us/ntcprojectglad Email: globaleducationexecutives@gmail.com Web: https://globaledexecs.org
  3. 3. Nicole Born & Raised College Travel Work USC - Global Ed.D. C6 The Dream O S Jamie Born & Raised College Travel Work USC - Global Ed.D. C5 The Dream 3
  4. 4. R f f f 1-10 1 - I have never heard of this term 10 - I can instruct marvelously on this topic ★ Global Competence ★ P-21 Framework ★ Education for a Global Economy (EdGE) ★ International Baccalaureate Poll Everywhere: https://pollev.com/nicolechavez832 4
  5. 5. S C : Participants will articulate the importance of global education to be able to create global experiences within their K-12 classrooms 5
  6. 6. O WHY: Review WHY does global citizenry matter? ● Building the Background HOW: Shifts HOW do we shift our instructional practices in K-12 settings? ● Global Awareness WHAT: A Call to Action WHAT does global education look like in action? ● A Call to Action: ? 6
  7. 7. WHY ?
  8. 8. 7,684,537,713People on the planet 8
  9. 9. 9 I F S
  10. 10. HOW f K-12 ?
  11. 11. G C : D . F R 11
  12. 12. 12 http://calglobaled.org/global-competence W G C ?
  13. 13. 13
  14. 14. P f 21 C S F 14
  15. 15. 15 W C f ?
  16. 16. https://www.cde.ca.gov/pd/ca /hs/educateglobalcomp.asp 16 W C f ?
  17. 17. N W L S 17 Developing Global Competency and Literacy To succeed in the twenty-first century, in addition to proficiency in English and subject-specific content literacy, today’s students need to develop communicative and cultural proficiency and literacy in several of the world’s languages and cultures. The ability to communicate on a wide variety of topics, in culturally appropriate ways, and in multiple target-culture settings, demonstrates how these literacies increase intercultural understanding and the effectiveness of collaborative international endeavors in today’s technologically-driven global economy. Student success in an interconnected world, their college and career readiness, and global citizenship, depend on learners’ effective use of language and cross-cultural communication skills. D f W L S
  18. 18. ““W f , .” - S R f 18
  19. 19. WHAT ?
  20. 20. UNESCO G C E 20
  21. 21. E E P S (K-2) Characteristics ➢ Early literacy ➢ Early socialization ➢ Conflict resolution ➢ Communication 21 Examples ➢ Diversity activities ➢ Games ➢ Dual Language immersion ➢ Curiosity of culture ➢ Binational project (Sister schools) ➢ Some translated words or documents (Word-of-the-Day in <another language>, posters in two or more languages, flashcards around the room) ➢ International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme
  22. 22. E E P S (K-2) 22
  23. 23. L E P S (3-5) Characteristics ➢ Early literacy ➢ Early socialization ➢ Conflict resolution ➢ Communication 23 Examples ➢ Deeper reading and writing with culturally relevant (or exploratory) texts with authors from other countries ➢ Video conferencing ➢ Curiosity projects ➢ Navigating Google Earth ➢ Binational project (Sister schools) ➢ Some translated words or documents (Word-of-the-Day in <another language>, posters in two or more languages, flashcards around the room) ➢ International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme
  24. 24. L E P S (3-5) 24
  25. 25. M E S S (6-8) Characteristics ➢ Cognitive maturation ➢ Socialization increasing 25 Examples ➢ Deeper reading and writing with culturally relevant (or exploratory) texts with authors from other countries ➢ Video conferencing ➢ Game-based ➢ Listening to global podcasts or TED talks ➢ Invite international guests ➢ Short-term exchange or language immersion ➢ Some translated words or documents (Word-of-the-Day in <another language>, posters in two or more languages, flashcards around the room) ➢ International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program
  26. 26. M E S S (6-8) 26 Global Podcasts: Hacking Hunger Global Ted Talks: See how the rest of the world lives, organized by income (Anna Rosling Ronnlund)
  27. 27. H L S S (9-12) Characteristics ➢ College readiness ➢ Career preparation ➢ Technology integration ➢ Global mindedness ➢ Problem solving through critical thinking ➢ Community improvement ➢ Life skills 27 Examples ➢ Deeper reading and writing with culturally relevant (or exploratory) texts with authors from other countries ➢ Video conferencing (virtual exchange) ➢ Service learning ➢ Long and short-term exchange programs ➢ Content-specific global podcasts or TED talks ➢ Partner with global companies for internships ➢ Language immersion (locally) ➢ Projects centered around the SDGs and service learning ➢ Translated words or documents ➢ International Baccalaureate Diploma and Career Programme
  28. 28. H L S S (9-12) 28 S & M P S O & C C S & F S f P & B C L
  29. 29. 29 https://globaledexecs.org
  30. 30. 30 What will you try in your classroom or at your school?
  31. 31. T R f Y C S G E 1. California Global Ed Institute a. https://www.cde.ca.gov/pd/ca/hs/globaled-intlstudres.asp 2. Model UN a. https://unausa.org/model-un/ 3. International Baccalaureate a. http://www.ibo.org/ 4. Oxfam a. https://www.oxfam.org.uk/education/get-involved 5. One World Programme a. http://www.oneworldeducation.org/one-world-program-0 31
  32. 32. R B 32
  33. 33. O … B f . 33 “The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity” - Dorothy Parker
  34. 34. S C : Participants will articulate the importance of global education to be able to create global experiences within their K-12 classrooms 34
  35. 35. 35 Gracias, xie xie, obrigado, and thank you, CABE!
  36. 36. 36 Email: nchavez@ocde.org Web: http://www.ocde.us/ntcprojectglad Email: globaleducationexecutives@gmail.com Web: https://globaledexecs.org Find presentation at : https://bit.ly/2JOJWS7

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