Definition of Global Education
The Maastricht Global Education Declaration (2002) states that:
- Global education is education that opens people’s eyes and minds to the realities of the globalised world and awakens them to bring about a world of greater justice, equity and Human Rights for all.
- Global education is understood to encompass Development Education, Human Rights Education, Education for Sustainability, Education for Peace and Conflict Prevention and Intercultural Education; being the global dimension of Education for Citizenship.
Centers for Global Education
- Global Education Center, Nashville
- Glibal Education Center, Montclair State University
- Center for Global Education, George Mason University
- UM Student Center for Global Education, Baltimore
- Fedex Global Education Center, Chapell Hill
- Center for Global education, Augsburg College
- Center for Global Education, Wheaton College
- Center for Global Education, Maryville University
- Center for Global Education, The University of Tulsa
- Isabella Cannon Global Education Center, Elon University
- Center for Global Education, John Carroll University
- Center for Global Education, Edgewwod College
- Global Education Office, Vanderbilt University
- Global Education and Career Development Center, MIT
- Gordan-Zeto Center for Global Education, Spelman College
- The Center for Global Education, The Catholic University of America
- Global Education, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
- Center for Global Education, MaryMount University
- Saint John's University, Center for Global Education
- Office of Global Education, Kent State University
- Center for Global Eduaction, Framingham State University
- Center for Global Education, Methodist University
- Center for Global Education, Claremont McKenna College
- Global Education, Hartwick College
Funds for Global Education
- Ms JD Global Education Fund
- Global Partnership for Education Fund
- Discovery Learning Alliance
- Methodist Global Education Fund
- Global Education Fund, UNC Global
- Global Health Education Foundation
- Global Education Leadership Fund (GELF)
- Western Union Foundation
- The Pearson Affordable Learning Fund
- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
- Global Learning Alliance Conference
- Global Education Conference, University of Riverside
- Going Global 2014, British Council
- UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development 2014
- Community Colleges for International Development Annual Conference
- Asia-Pacific Association for International Education
- The Coalition for International Education and the College of William and Mary
- Alliance for International Education
- Canadian Bureau for International Education
- CIES Annual Conference - Revisioning education for all
Driving Change Through Diversity and Globalization
Call Number: McK Stacks LC1099.3 .A53 2008
Publication Date: Sterling, Va. : Stylus Pub., ©2008.
"This book argues that success in meeting challenges will be achieved to the degree that institutions embed the twin values of diversity and globalism at the heart of their activities. James Anderson demonstrates how focusing on these two values - that each institution needs to define collectively for itself to gain commitment and active engagement at every level - will drive the transformation essential to meeting tomorrow's demands." "By setting out the challenges and considerations that must be addressed by administrative leaders, by faculty, by trustees, and by others who shape the vision and direction of the institution, the author offers a framework to place the diversity discussion in a learning-centered context. While charging institutional leaders with the responsibility for organizational change, he stresses the critical role of chief academic officers and faculty in changing the teaching and learning paradigm, transforming the curriculum, and empowering the voices of diverse students. He calls for strategically linking diversity and globalism to teaching and learning outcomes." "This book significantly advances discussion of the mission of higher education in today's multicultural environment and global economy. It offers a strategic vision of success and practical ideas for creating transformative change, as well as a roadmap to implementing inclusive pedagogical practices and curricula."
Advancing Global Education
Call Number: UMCP McK Folio LC1090 .D54 2010
Publication Date: Patterns of potential human progress, v. 2. [Denver] : Pardee Center for International Futures, Un
Visions in Global Education
Call Number: UMCP Lib Stacks LC1090 .V56 2009
Publication Date: Complicated conversation, v. 29. New York : Peter Lang, ©2009.
Global Education: using technology to bring the world to your students
Call Number: LC1090 .P45 2009
Publication Date: Eugene, Or. : International Society for Technology in Education, ©2009.
Balancing Change and Tradition in Global Education Reform
Call Number: UMCP Mck StacksLB43 .B35 2004
Publication Date: Lanham, Md. : ScarecrowEducation, 2004.
Balancing Change and Tradition in Global Education Reform is an invaluable resource for policymakers, faculty, students, and anyone interested in how decisions made about the education system ultimately affect the quality of education, educational access, and social justice.
Global Education Policy and International Development
Call Number: Ebook UMCP Lib LC67.D44 G56 2012eb
Publication Date: New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, ©2012.
Drawing on international case studies and a range of theoretical perspectives, leading scholars survey the impact of globalization on local education policy in developing countries.
Global Issues in Education: pedagogy, policy, practice, and the minority experience
Call Number: UMCP McK Stacks LC1099 .G57 2009
Publication Date: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Education, ©2009.