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Curriculum 21 Another Look: Global Trends & Global Learning 5/5

This last post in a series of global trends and global learning address both Vivian Stewart’s definition of global learning from her chapter “A Classroom as Wide as the World” in Curriculum 21 by Heidi Hayes Jacobs. The book was published … Continue reading

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Curriculum 21 Another Look: Global Trends & Global Learning 4/5

In the past three posts, I’ve discussed four global trends, as identified by Vivian Stewart in her chapter “A Classroom as Wide as the World” in Heidi Hayes Jacobs’ Curriculum 21. Stewart’s argument is we teachers and educators need to … Continue reading

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Curriculum 21 Another Look: Global Trends & Global Learning 3/5

In her chapter “A Classroom as a Wide World” within Heidi Hayes Jacobs’ Curriculum 21, Vivien Stewart separated global demographic trends but lumped global security and citizenship together. But in my mind, each is its own trend while being part … Continue reading

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Curriculum 21 Another Look: Global Trends & Global Learning 2/5

This is the second of five posts about chapter 6, “A Classroom as a Wide World” by Vivien Stewart, in Heidi Hayes Jacobs’ Curriculum 21. In the first post, I describe the context and purpose of these posts. I recommend … Continue reading

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Curriculum 21 Another Look: Global Trends & Global Learning 1/5

As I said in my last post, I recently read Curriculum 21 by Heidi Hayes Jacobs. The book hopes to spur teachers and education leaders and policy makers rethink how and what schools teach in order to prepare our students for … Continue reading

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