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10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking
10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking
Who Am I?
Who Am I?
Who is my audience?
Who is my audience?
Global Issues
Global IssuesClimate ChangePovertyBiodiversityHuman traffickingHealth IssuesArms Control
Global Issues
Global IssuesClimate ChangePovertyBiodiversityHuman traffickingHealth IssuesArms Control
Popping the Bubble
Popping the Bubble
1. What works "here"doesnt always work "there"
1. What works "here"doesnt always work "there"
2. Patience
2. Patience
3. Humility
3. Humility
4. Student-driven is best
4. Student-driven is best
5. There might be a hero  lurking in each of us
5. There might be a hero  lurking in each of us
6. Solutions, be they micro or macro, MUST be sustainable
6. Solutions, be they micro or macro, MUST be sustainable
7. Think outside the box about wheretechnology can fit in (and where it cannot)
7. Think outside the box about wheretechnology can fit in (and where it cannot)
8. Praise, praise, praise,encourage, encourage, encourage
8. Praise, praise, praise,encourage, encourage, encourage
9. Hand-up, NOT hand-out
9. Hand-up, NOT hand-out
+ 10. Global Thinking must be pairedwith Global Action (NOT slack-tivism)
+ 10. Global Thinking must be pairedwith Global Action (NOT slack-tivism)
10 ThingsWhat works "here" doesnt work "there"PatienceHumilityStudent-driven is bestThere might be a hero lurking in eacho...
10 ThingsWhat works "here" doesnt work "there"PatienceHumilityStudent-driven is bestThere might be a hero lurking in eacho...
10 ThingsSolutions, be they micro- or macro-, must besustainableThink outside the box about where technologycan fit in (an...
10 ThingsSolutions, be they micro- or macro-, must besustainableThink outside the box about where technologycan fit in (an...
Global Education Summit        ISTE 2012   Sharon Brown-PetersAmerican School of Bombay       @brownpeters
Global Education Summit        ISTE 2012   Sharon Brown-PetersAmerican School of Bombay       @brownpeters
Popping the bubble: 10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking
Popping the bubble: 10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking
Popping the bubble: 10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking
Popping the bubble: 10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking
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Popping the bubble: 10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking

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Popping the bubble: 10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking

  1. 1. 10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking
  2. 2. 10 Things I have learned about Global Thinking
  3. 3. Who Am I?
  4. 4. Who Am I?
  5. 5. Who is my audience?
  6. 6. Who is my audience?
  7. 7. Global Issues
  8. 8. Global IssuesClimate ChangePovertyBiodiversityHuman traffickingHealth IssuesArms Control
  9. 9. Global Issues
  10. 10. Global IssuesClimate ChangePovertyBiodiversityHuman traffickingHealth IssuesArms Control
  11. 11. Popping the Bubble
  12. 12. Popping the Bubble
  13. 13. 1. What works "here"doesnt always work "there"
  14. 14. 1. What works "here"doesnt always work "there"
  15. 15. 2. Patience
  16. 16. 2. Patience
  17. 17. 3. Humility
  18. 18. 3. Humility
  19. 19. 4. Student-driven is best
  20. 20. 4. Student-driven is best
  21. 21. 5. There might be a hero lurking in each of us
  22. 22. 5. There might be a hero lurking in each of us
  23. 23. 6. Solutions, be they micro or macro, MUST be sustainable
  24. 24. 6. Solutions, be they micro or macro, MUST be sustainable
  25. 25. 7. Think outside the box about wheretechnology can fit in (and where it cannot)
  26. 26. 7. Think outside the box about wheretechnology can fit in (and where it cannot)
  27. 27. 8. Praise, praise, praise,encourage, encourage, encourage
  28. 28. 8. Praise, praise, praise,encourage, encourage, encourage
  29. 29. 9. Hand-up, NOT hand-out
  30. 30. 9. Hand-up, NOT hand-out
  31. 31. + 10. Global Thinking must be pairedwith Global Action (NOT slack-tivism)
  32. 32. + 10. Global Thinking must be pairedwith Global Action (NOT slack-tivism)
  33. 33. 10 ThingsWhat works "here" doesnt work "there"PatienceHumilityStudent-driven is bestThere might be a hero lurking in eachof us
  34. 34. 10 ThingsWhat works "here" doesnt work "there"PatienceHumilityStudent-driven is bestThere might be a hero lurking in eachof us
  35. 35. 10 ThingsSolutions, be they micro- or macro-, must besustainableThink outside the box about where technologycan fit in (and when it cant)Praise and encourageHand-up not Hand-outGlobal Thinking must be paired with GlobalAction
  36. 36. 10 ThingsSolutions, be they micro- or macro-, must besustainableThink outside the box about where technologycan fit in (and when it cant)Praise and encourageHand-up not Hand-outGlobal Thinking must be paired with GlobalAction
  37. 37. Global Education Summit ISTE 2012 Sharon Brown-PetersAmerican School of Bombay @brownpeters
  38. 38. Global Education Summit ISTE 2012 Sharon Brown-PetersAmerican School of Bombay @brownpeters

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