edl510 | Graduate
Teacher Leadership In A Global Society
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Overview of Education in a Global Society
- Explore society beyond the information age.
- Define a global society.
- Analyze the implications of the change in worldwide demographics.
Using Technology for Global Collaboration in Education
- Examine the use of technology for global collaboration.
- Analyze the effects of technology on the role of education.
Education Around the World
- Examine education systems around the world.
Implications of a Global Society for Schools and Teacher Leaders
- Examine the role that teacher leaders play in preparing global students.
- Identify skills, knowledge, and dispositions that students will need to function in a global society.
- Explore assessment and accountability perspectives in relation to the new skills and knowledge needed for a global society.
- Investigate issues and challenges in creating more global students.
- Define global knowledge.
- Describe the need for global knowledge.
- Investigate global knowledge programs in preschool to 12th-grade classrooms
Global Service Learning
- Examine global service learning.
- Identify roles of the teacher leader in global service learning.
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