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  • R harrison resourcing global education 2011

    1. 1. Resourcing Global EducationRobert Harrison, PhDCurriculum managerInternational BaccalaureateThe Hague, Netherlands
    2. 2. Session agenda- think together about the scope of global education- consider curriculum as the best way to find global education resources- explore IB Global Engage (http://globalengage.ibo.org)- go on a ‘mini-WebQuest’- look at a few new cool things
    3. 3. Session agenda- think together about the scope of global education- consider curriculum as the best way to find global education resources- explore IB Global Engage (http://globalengage.ibo.org)- go on a ‘mini-WebQuest’- look at a few new cool things
    4. 4. The aim of all IB programmes is to develop internationally minded people who, recognizing theircommon humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and morepeaceful world.
    5. 5. The global WHAT?© International Baccalaureate Organization
    6. 6. Internationally-minded people are globally engaged Global engagement represents a commitment to address humanity’s greatest 21st century challenges in the classroom and beyond. IB World Schools : – develop opportunities for sustained inquiry into a wide range of locally, nationally and globally-significant issues and ideas – explore global concerns, including the environment, development, conflicts, rights, and cooperation & governance across a variety of geographical and cultural dimensions – critically consider power and privilege in their inquiry, action, and reflection – recognize that the living hold the earth and its resources in trust for future generations. Multilingualism and Globalintercultural understanding engagement © International Baccalaureate Organization
    7. 7. Internationally-minded people are globally engaged Year of Sustainable Energy World Water Day International Mother Tongue Day Earth Day World Day for Cultural Diversity and Dialogue World Day Against Child Labour World Population Day World Humanitarian Day International Day of Peace International Day for the Eradication of Extreme Poverty Universal Children’s Day World AIDS Day
    8. 8. Session agenda- think together about the scope of global education- consider curriculum as the best way to find global education resources- explore IB Global Engage (http://globalengage.ibo.org)- go on a ‘mini-WebQuest’- look at a few new cool things
    9. 9. Five elements of citizenship• Values- ‘I ought to do.’• Knowledge- ‘I know what I ought to do and why.’• Skills- ‘I know how to do.’• Efficacy- ‘I can do, and it makes a difference.’• Commitment- ‘I must and will do.’ Eyler and Giles, Where’s the Learning in Service Learning
    10. 10. ειμι γαρ ουτε Αθηναιοσ ουτε Ελλην αλλα κοςμοπολιτησ
    11. 11. Reflections on language • Language • Literature • History • Culture • Power http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/files/36261/12022954021unesco_cou rier_languages_feb_2008.jpg/unesco_courier_languages_feb_2008.jpg
    12. 12. Subsets, systems, levels, scales
    13. 13. Science and math. . . within a global context . . . http://si.wsj.net/public/resources/images / OBI625_scienc_DV_ 0111028194220.jpg
    14. 14. Session agenda- think together about the scope of global education- consider curriculum as the best way to find global education resources- explore IB Global Engage (http://globalengage.ibo.org)- go on a ‘mini-WebQuest’- look at a few new cool things
    15. 15. Internationally-minded people are globally engaged
    16. 16. What caught your attention?
    17. 17. Session agenda- think together about the scope of global education- consider curriculum as the best way to find global education resources- explore IB Global Engage (http://globalengage.ibo.org)- go on a ‘mini-WebQuest’- look at a few new cool things
    18. 18. Internationally-minded people are globally engaged www.globalengagements.wikispaces.com
    19. 19. Session agenda- think together about the scope of global education- consider curriculum as the best way to find global education resources- explore IB Global Engage (http://globalengage.ibo.org)- go on a ‘mini-WebQuest’- look at a few new cool things
    20. 20. Developing global perspectives 1- News around the world
    21. 21. Developing global perspectives 2- Search around the world
    22. 22. Let someone else do the ‘talking’ for a change
    23. 23. Building a community of shared understanding and practiceWhat are your favouriteresources for helping studentsand teachers become moreauthentically globallyengaged? http://blogs.e-businessinteractive.com/
    24. 24. Спасибо “Tack sjalv” 十分感激 ありがとう。 “Tak skal du ha” Thank You ! “Merci” “Gracias” “Siya bonga” “Hvala” “Kea leboha” “Cám ơn”“Dankuwel”

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