Exploring globalization opportunities and challenges in social studies : effective instructional approaches
- edited by Lydiah Nganga, John Kambutu, and William B. Russell III.
- New York : P. Lang, c2013.
- Physical description
- xii, 267 p. ; 23 cm.
- Global studies in education ; v. 26.
Education Library (Cubberley)
LB1584 .E98 2013
- Unknown LB1584 .E98 2013
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Contents: John Kambutu: Globalization: History, Consequences and What to Do with It - Catherine Cooke-Canitz: Teachers on the Front Line of Global Migration - Paul G. Fitchett: (En)countering the Paradox: Challenging the Neoliberal Immigrant Identity - Lydiah Nganga/Keonghee Tao Han: Immigration and Global Economies in the Context of Globalization - Karen Thomas-Brown: Preparing Teachers for Global Citizenship: Perspectives from One Caribbean Island - Ozum Ucok-Sayrak/Erik Garrett: Grounding Globalization: Theory, Communication, and Service-Learning - Cameron White: Global Classrooms: A Contextualized Global Education - Linda B. Bennett: Institutional Internationalization: The Undergraduate Experience - Antonio J. Castro/Rebecca C. Aguayo: Global Citizenship and the Complexities of Genocide Education - Stewart Waters/William B. Russell III: Broadening Horizons: Utilizing Film to Promote Global Citizens of Character - Mirynne Igualada/Dilys Schoorman: Meeting the Challenges of Implementing Global Education in a Time of Standardization - Emma K. Humphries/Elizabeth Yeager Washington: Definition Devolution: Allowing Students to Redefine and Rename Citizenship and Civic Engagement - Joseph O'Brien/Jason L. Endacott: Hearing a Chorus of Voices: Globalizing the U.S. History Curriculum with Historical Empathy - Jason R. Harshman: Global Education for Critical Geography - Kenneth T. Carano/Daniel W. Stuckart: Blogging for Global Literacy and Cross-cultural Awareness - Thomas N. Turner/Dorothy Blanks/Sarah Philpott/Lance McConkey: Using Storytelling and Drama to Teach Understanding and Respect for Global Values and Beliefs - Aaron T. Bodle: World Tour by Bus: Teaching and Learning about Globalization by Exploring Local Places in Search of Global Connections - Rachayita Shah/Rosanna Gatens/Dilys Schoorman/Julie Wachtel: Teaching Social Studies from a Human Rights Perspective: Professional Development in a Context of Globalization - Lydiah Nganga: Preparing Teachers for Global Consciousness in the Age of Globalization - Toni Fuss Kirkwood-Tucker: Creative Pedagogies in Integrating Global Awareness in Secondary Social Studies Curricula in Teacher Education Programs and Schools - Lydiah Nganga/John Kambutu: Chapter Twenty-one: Social Studies Education in a Globalized Era: Afterword.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publisher's Summary
- This book on global issues, trends, and practices is intended to serve primarily as an instructional and learning resource in social studies methods courses for preservice teachers. In addition, it is an effective social studies and global education resource for college faculty, graduate students, inservice educators, and other professionals because it has divergent, practical, and relevant ideas. Teaching global education is challenging. It requires an understanding of globalization and how it affects policies, reforms, and education. Therefore, this book explores real global issues in the classroom and also offers different innovative instructional strategies that educators have employed while teaching social studies courses. The volume includes detailed reviews of literature and research findings which facilitate the design of quality pertinent units and lessons plans. Indeed, this book is a critical tool to help educators and students to gain a better understanding of globalization and global education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- Global studies in education ; v. 26
- 9781433121296 (hardcover : alk. paper)
- 1433121298 (hardcover : alk. paper)
- 9781433121289 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- 143312128X (pbk. : alk. paper)
- 9781453909645 (e-book)
- 1453909648 (e-book)