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This primer is intended for teachers and principals to help integrate global education into the school curriculum. The articles offer suggestions and rationale for inclusion of a global approach to the classroom. The table of contents offers: (1) Introduction (Ernest L. Boyer); (2) What is Global Education? (M. Eugene Gilliom); (3) Position Statement from Education Organizations; (4) East of Gibraltar, West of Japan (H. Thomas Collins); (5) A Principal's Perspective (Linda Clark); (6) We're All in This Together: Today's Global Realities (S. Rex Morrow); (7) Addressing Everyday Concerns of Principals and Teachers (Howard E. Taylor); (8) The Role of the Principal in Integrating a Global Perspective (Gregory E. Hamot); (9) Using Children's Literature for Teaching Global Understanding (James M. Shiveley); (10) Internet Tools and Applications for Teaching for a Global Perspective (Howard E. Taylor; Rebecca S. Bowers; S. Rex Morrow); and (11) Selected References for Teaching Global Education (Howard E. Taylor; Lee Hanson). (EH)

Descriptors: Cross Cultural Studies, Curriculum Guides, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethnic Studies, Foreign Countries, Global Approach, Global Education, Guidelines, Models, Multicultural Education, Peace, Social Studies

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Author: Taylor, Howard E., Ed.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=8301&id=ED424187







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