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De-imagining the Global- Framing Globalization in the Social Studies Education in the U.S.

by Ayman K. Agbaria

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Published by VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller e.K. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnic studies,
  • International business,
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Globalization,
  • Political Science / Globalization,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • International - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12980132M
    ISBN 103836423626
    ISBN 109783836423625

    2. Globalization and the Increased Demand for Education Why does globalization increase the demand for education and for educational quality? The answer lies in two parts. The first is economic: rising payoffs to higher education in a global, science based, knowledge intensive economy make university. `As a whole, the book is a useful compilation of rigorous academics papers. The contributions by the editor have woven these into an organic whole, rather than being a conglomerate of uncorrelated works on a common theme'. - K B S Sidhu, The Tribune This text provides a comprehensive introduction to the concept of globalization and its challenge to the .

    Globalization and International Education introduces key international issues in education and considers the changes in education stemming from the rapid social, economic and cultural transformations associated with globalization. Grounded in a strong conceptual, theoretical framework, this accessible text will guide the reader through this evolving tive . The purpose of this paper is to explore the dominant positions in the debates on globalization in American social studies education. Specifically, the paper illustrates that, first, globalization is conceived of as more of an unprecedented new age and less of a historical development. Second, it is conceived of as more of a natural process and less as an ideological project.

    Through Global Citizenship Education Elizabeth E. Heilman Social Studies and the Young Learner 20 (4), pp. 30–32 © National Council for the Social Studies Every educator has a rationale for being in this “noble profession” of teaching. Each of us justifies what we are teaching and why we are teaching it. Global educa-. The effect of globalization on the Korean education system can be roughly summed up in the following: because the system in place within Korea has not been adequately kept in line with some of the world’s higher ranked national education systems, parents have moved their children out of the system, which only further detracts from it because.


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De-imagining the Global- Framing Globalization in the Social Studies Education in the U.S by Ayman K. Agbaria Download PDF EPUB FB2

De-imagining the Global- Framing Globalization in the Social Studies Education in the U.S. [Ayman K. Agbaria] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. At one level, this book examines the inventory of global issues, dimensions, and debates discussed by educators. Global education as a concept has been more difficult to put into practice.

Social studies efforts have fallen short by presenting a fragmentary view of the world. Global studies does not deal in isolation with a problem, an area of the world, or an aspect of a specific culture.

The scholarship nexus between education and globalization provides limited insights into how global education has been framed and rendered. The purpose of this article is twofold. Constructing a Global Education Paradigm in the Social Studies As “the degree of frequency of events involving global interdependencies” continues to rise, the inclusion of more perspectives in order to learn about the complexity of global issues is needed (Pike &.

In Globalization, Roland Robertson argues that the real nature of globalization is obscured while peripheral concerns, such as minute economic analyses, are overstated. Robertson presents an alternative view that incorporates the economic and cultural aspects of the global scene, and in the process connects general social structures to.

The purpose of this document analysis is two-fold: (1) to examine the social studies content standards of the U.S. and other developed countries to determine how globalization is. Education is seen as central to economic competitiveness, the reduction of poverty and inequality, and environmental sustainability.

This book is an invaluable collection of key readings, with particular reference to globalization, for anyone concerned with the study of education at a time of major economic and social change. Browse the list of issues and latest articles from Globalisation, Societies and Education.

‘Globalization’ has become one of the defining buzzwords of our time — a term that describes a variety of accelerating economic, political, cultural, ideological, and environmental processes that are rapidly altering our experience of the world.

Globalization: A Very Short Introduction has been fully updated for a third edition, to include recent developments in global. Out of Giddens’ () emphasis on modernity and Robertson's () on globality emerges the need to conceptualize globalization in relation to the social per se.

An exemplificatory conceptual case study points to global processes straining older concepts formed for nation state sociologies:deterrtorialization of the community concept results in the imagined community; global. Myers, J.

Rethinking the social studies curriculum in the context of globalization: Education for global citizenship in the U.S. Theory and Research Social Education, 34(3), – CrossRef Google Scholar. - This board was created to assist in finding relevant resources for teachers and students learning about Canada's role in the global community.

See more ideas about Student learning, Social studies, Teaching social studies pins. Social globalization. In columns 7–9 of Table 3 we consider the association between social globalization and overweight.

It appears that this dimension has the most stable and pronounced association with overweight across dimensions, as adding different sets of control variables changes the magnitude of the association only slightly.

it is becoming increasingly evident that they will need to use several dimensions with which to frame their work in the coming years.

Moreover, while some authors such as Tikly () and Burden-Leahy () have rightly suggested that approaches to studying globalization and education must include economic, social and political. Comparative Education Review "I would strongly recommend this book to audiences in higher education, educational policy, curriculum studies, and globalization studies (supplemented by other literature), because it contextualizes many of the educational issues we deal within global policy frameworksReviews: 3.

Performance Level Descriptors (PLDs) for Global History and Geography II - Updated, 7/17/19; Educator Guide to the Regents Examination in Global History and Geography II (Grade 10), First Administration, June - Updated, 7/17/19; PowerPoint Presentation: An Overview of the Framework-based Regents Examination in Global History and Geography II (Grade 10) - May.

Finance- related issues - In order to be a part of global configuration, the requirement of funds for social services including education will increase manifold.

Privatization of secondary and higher education - As a corollary to the suggestion about reducing public investment in secondary and higher education, a plea has been made over. Globalization has been defined as a process in which the population of the world is increasingly bonded into a single society.

Although none of the contributors to this collection denies the thrust toward convergence that is implicit in globalizing processes, each contributor also concludes that globalization encourages differentiation.3/5(1).

Research on globalization and education involves the study of intertwined worldwide discourses, processes, and institutions affecting local educational practices and policies.

The four major theoretical perspectives concerning globalization and education are world culture, world systems, postcolonial, and culturalist. Introduction. Globalization, as a complicated process, is not a new phenomenon and our world has experienced its effects on different aspects of lives such as economical, social, environmental and political from many years ago –.Economic globalization includes flows of goods and services across borders, international capital flows, reduction in tariffs and trade.

Hello, I am very proud to present the teacher-authored instructional unit samples in social studies. Each of these units represents the work of a team of Colorado educators to translate one curriculum overview sample into a full instructional unit with learning experiences, teacher and student resources, assessment ideas, and differentiation options.

“Joel Spring’s critical approach to education challenges popular opinion and broadens our thinking. This book will leave you wanting to know more, think more, do more.”―Gina Zanolini Morrison, Wilkes University, USA “ an eye-opening, pragmatic, and well-articulated discussion of contemporary policy, trends, and global change in s: 6.

Politically, it refers to the development of forms of governance that operate at the global scale, whose policies and rules cooperative nations are expected to abide. These three core aspects of globalization are fueled by technological development, the global integration of communication technologies, and the global distribution of media.