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Spinning Wheels and Straw: Balancing Content, Process, and Context in Global Teacher Education Programs.
Begler, Elsie – Theory into Practice, 1993
Classroom instructional processes are as critical to successful development of a global perspective as mastery of the substantive content. Teacher education programs must focus on the process-content relationship. A clear conceptualization of global education is central to developing comprehensive, effective teacher education programs in the…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Context Effect, Course Content, Elementary Secondary Education
Authentic Assessment: A Strategy for Preparing Teachers to Respond to Curricular Mandates in Global Education.
Wooster, Judith S. – Theory into Practice, 1993
State and local mandates are important considerations for preservice and inservice teacher education, offering teacher educators a way to provide teachers with global perspectives. The article describes characteristics of mandates in global education and notes that performance-based assessment is effective in preparing teachers to implement global…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation Methods, Global Approach