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Rootlessness vs borderless

  1. 1. • Globalization =processes of international integration arising from increasing human connectivity and interchange of worldviews, products, EDUCATION, ideas, and other aspects of culture.
  2. 2. • Rootlessness – Having no roots.Not belonging to a particular place or society: rootless refugees in a strange country. – A country whose identity is unknown, gone or forgotten
  3. 3. • Borderless – being without a border – A country which has evolve and develop without any limitations.
  4. 4. Bussiness and EconomicEducation Workforce How globalization affects countries? Society Technology
  5. 5. NEW PARADIGM OF BORDERLESS EDUCATION
  6. 6. Objective• To develop students CONTEXTUALIZED MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE (CMI)• To develop creativity and create unlimited opportunity for student’s life-long learning through INDIVIDUALIZATION, LOCALIZATION and GLOBALIZATION in the education process• This illustrate how education can be transformed from a traditional site-bounded paradigm towards a new paradigm for borderless education
  7. 7. Rapid globalization TremendousInternational impacts ofand regional informationcompetitions Challenges of technology the new millennium that cause changes in global education International Strong demands transformation for societal towards developments knowledge- driven economy
  8. 8. THE WORLD NEW TRADITIONAL THINKING THINKINGMultiple Globalization : Limited Globalization :technology, economic, mainly in economicssocial, political, cultural and social aspectsand learning aspects
  9. 9. HUMAN NATURE NEW TRADITIONAL THINKING THINKINGMultiple person : as Mainly as Economictechnological person, person or social personeconomic person, in industrial or businesssocial person, political societyperson, cultural person,and learning person.
  10. 10. DEVELOPMENT OF INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETYNEW THINKING TRADITIONAL THINKINGMultiple developments :tech, Narrowed developments : eco,eco, social, political, cultural, social, politicallearningLife-long learning Individuals School or vocational educationand a learning societyTowards a multiple intelligence Being an industrial societysocietyTowards a multiple intelligence Being a person with boundedindividuals knowledge
  11. 11. Contextualized Multiple Intelligence (CMI)
  12. 12. • Develop multiple intelligence• Refers to an individual who masters multiple abilities or skills or specialties
  13. 13. Musical intelligence Bodily- Intrapersonal kinesthetic intelligence intelligence Howard Gardner Logical-Interpersonal intelligence mathematical intelligence Spatial Linguistic intelligence intelligence
  14. 14. GLOBALIZATION LOCALIZATION TRIPLIZATIONINDIVIDUALIZATION
  15. 15. Triplization Concepts and characterizations Implications for educationGlobalization Transfer, adaptation, and development of values, To maximize the education knowledge, technology and behavioral norms relevance to global across countries and societies in different parts development and pool up best of the world intellectual resources, support, and initiatives from different •Global networking parts of the world for learning, •Technological, economic, social, political, teaching and research. cultural, and learning globalization •Global growth of internet •Web-based learning •International alliances and competitions •International visit •International collaboration and exchange •Exchange program •Global village multi-cultural integration •Video conference •International standards and benchmarks •International partnership
  16. 16. Triplization Concepts and characterizations Implications for educationLocalization Transfer, adaptation, and development of To maximize the education values, knowledge, technology and behavioral relevance to local developments norms from or to local context and bring In community support and resources, local partnership, •Local networking and collaboration learning, •Technological, economic, social, political, teaching and research cultural, and learning localization •Decentralization to the local site level •Community involvement •Local relevance and legitimacy •Public-institutional •Community-based needs and characteristics collaborationIndividualization •Transfer, adaptation, and development of To maximize motivation, human values, knowledge, technology and behavioral initiative, and creativity in norms to meet the individual needs and learning, teaching and research characteristics •Individualized education •Individualized services program •Self-actualization •Individualized learning targets, •Self-managing methods, and progress •Self-governing schedules

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