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Gilliom, M. Eugene – Theory into Practice, 1981
Global education is education designed to cultivate a world view and to develop knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to live effectively in a culturally diverse world characterized by increasing economic and social interdependency. Social studies teachers should assume a key role in introducing a global perspective to the curriculum. (JN)
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Cultural Awareness, Curriculum Development, Global Approach
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Gilliom, M. Eugene – Theory into Practice, 1993
Success in bringing a global perspective to undergraduate teacher education involves the commitment of faculty members to the cause. All faculty members should reassess their courses and seek ways to revamp curriculum along global lines. The article looks at incremental change, faculty commitment, rewards for participation, and visibility. (SM)
Descriptors: Consciousness Raising, Curriculum Development, Educational Change, Faculty Development
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Gilliom, M. Eugene – Theory into Practice, 1978
China engages in massive and persistent citizenship education. (MM)
Descriptors: Chinese Culture, Citizen Role, Citizenship, Citizenship Education