Global Competence in Education
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Project Based Learning: Explained.

The Buck Institute for Education commissioned the cutting-edge advertising agency, Common Craft, to create a short animated video that explains in clear lang...
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Adventures in Blogging: Global Competence in a Digital Society

Check out my blog post on harboring global competence in students http://t.co/t9d4sMDTj4 #ITDML

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10 Tips for Raising a Global Child - Huffington Post

10 Tips for Raising a Global Child - Huffington Post | Global Competence in Education | Scoop.it
10 Tips for Raising a Global Child Huffington Post As our children become adults, going off to college or into the workforce, we must help them apply these skills so they can become the global workers that organizations demand whether they're in...
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This article is really helpful, not just for parents but for teachers as well.  This article provides great tips for raising and educating globally competent children for the future.  I personally hope to employ some of these practices in my future classroom as a teacher because I believe that in today's technology driven world, people need to be globally competent.

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Michaela Vila's curator insight, February 17, 2014 11:56 AM

This connects what we have been talking about in class but goes deeper and focuses about the home. A key take away is that children must feel confident in their home in order to help understand other cultures and to feel comfortable in different places around the world. Teachers should understand the importance of home when trying to teach global competency because the home acts as an explore base.