ERIC Number: EJ1131548
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Publication Date: 2017
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Striving for International Understanding through Literature
Yokota, Junko; Teale, William H.
Reading Teacher, v70 n5 p629-633 Mar-Apr 2017
In the 21st century, our students increasingly communicate, connect, collaborate, and interact with diverse cultures and traditions around the world, so they need to develop global literacy. This department column highlights research and research-to-practice at the international level to bring global best teaching practices to the forefront. Topics include international literacy instruction, international professional development, global literacy initiatives, global partnership and collaborative projects between schools and educators, best practices in literacy globally, and advocacy.
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Literature, Cultural Awareness, Theory Practice Relationship, Best Practices, Global Approach, Literacy Education, Partnerships in Education, Advocacy, Faculty Development, Teacher Collaboration, Institutional Cooperation
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