(2005). Meeting Teachersâ€™ Global Education Resource Needs with Strategies and Support : A Facilitatorsâ€™ Guide for Developing Train-the-Teacher Workshop Models to Introduce and Support Global Education in the Classroom. Toronto : Ontario Council for International Cooperation. En ligne : <http://http://www.ocic. ... CP/Docs/OCICFGFeb05.doc>.
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Keywords: Canada, dĂ©bat en classe, Ă©ducation civique, question vive
Publisher: Ontario Council for International Cooperation (Toronto)
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"This guide was produced as a base document for building Global Education Train the Teacher Workshops. It can be used as both a guide for workshop development and as a reference resource for incorporating global education into the classroom.
Global Education brings complex issues and often controversy into the classroom. It can often be a challenge to integrate global issues into the classroom because of time constraints and what appear to be tight curriculum guidelines, not to mention possible conflicts with administration and parents. Although there are many barriers to bringing global education into the classrooms, there are also a whole range of organizations and resources, not to mention a strong community of global educators, that can support your efforts to bring global education to your classroom.
The guide is divided into five main sections. Section I is an introduction to global education. It glosses over some of the key concepts, definitions, and the history of global education and provides an activity for identifying the possibilities and limitations of global education. Section II suggests ways of integrating global education across the curriculum. Section III looks at conflict and controversy as an integral part of global education. Section IV prepares us to build a community of global educators and Section V discusses means of assessing and evaluating global education in an equitable manner.
Share with colleagues! While the guide was developed for the Meeting Teachersâ€™ Global Education Needs with Strategies and Support training sessions, it is useful to share with colleagues, students, community members or others interested in global education. Use it as a way to start a conversation in the staff room or at the next staff meeting. Think about how these issues are important to you, your community, your school and your work and add or change the guide to make it relevant to your context."
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