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This unit provides an introduction to the concepts and practices involved in taking a Global Education perspective to teaching and learning in contemporary curriculum contexts.
An overview of Global Education will be presented where participants will have an opportunity to examine a range of theories, curriculum frameworks and practices that relate to this emerging area of educational focus. The unit will also assist participants to develop pedagogical understandings and practices about the cross-curriculum perspective of Global Education.
Topic areas to be examined may include: globalisation and interdependence; identity and cultural diversity; social justice and human rights; conflict and peace building; sustainable futures; and values education. Participants will examine case studies in these areas, engage with recent curriculum materials and explore how associated concepts can be developed in units for primary and secondary school curricula.
|Unit name||Teaching and Learning with a Global Perspective|
|College/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
|Coordinator||Doctor Greg Ashman|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- identify and categorise contemporary contextual learning and teaching practices that develop a global perspective
- analyse and evaluate a range of relevant resources and literature
- critique identified issues and translate to learning and teaching context
- design and defend a learning and teaching unit appropriate to your context
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|Assessment||Essay (60%)|Abstract (40%)|
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