Brave New Schools. Challenging Cultural Illiteracy through Global Learning Networks. (1997).Posted by: globaledadmin on Monday, February 8, 2010
Recommended because it offers a vision of schooling and learning guided by technology that promotes communication across geographical and cultural boundaries. The book contains an Internet and WWW guide for parents and teachers. Part One of the book focuses on global networks and global communities. The Internet and WWW guide for parents and teachers presents information on Internet Basics, K-12 Internet Resources, and content, content, and issues-related Internet resources.
Citation: Cummins, Jim, & Dennis Sayers. New York: St. Martin’s Press. Available from Amazon.com ($17.95) and NetstoreUSA.com ($25.10).
Oxfam Education: Whole-School Approach to Global CitizenshipPosted by: globaledadmin on Saturday, February 4, 2012
Recommended because Oxfam Education: A whole school approach to Global Citizenship provides resources for elementary student educators for incorporating global citizenship into their classrooms. Start with lesson plans, and explore topics and resource types in the left menu bar. If looking for an excellent site for students, click here, called Cool Planet, is an extension of Oxfam Education specifically for elementary students. There is also information on teaching sensitive and controversial issues. Reviewed by Sara Adducchio 2012.