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Global Citizenship

Instructor

Pramodh Shah

FOUNDER, HABITAT CONCERN AND
DIBYABHUMI MULTIPLE COLLEGE, NEPAL

Course Outline

Global Education

International Learning promotes an appreciation and understanding of other cultures. It encourages young people to become responsible, global citizens, ready to play a positive role in today’s society.

We are living in a time of unequalled global collaboration. New technologies make it possible for individuals to work together and share ideas and insights in ways which were unimaginable a decade ago.

Education is the only solution. Education first.

Core Skills

Core Skills for

  • learning
  • work &
  • Society

Our world is moving quickly

Our young people need to be enabled to:

  • Generate and implement new ideas, solutions and products
  • Use digital tools to enable knowledge discovery, creation of resources and communication
  • Apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems.

21st-century skills or deep learning skills include:

  • Ways of working: communication and collaboration
  • Ways of thinking: critical thinking, problem solving, creativity & innovation, learning to learn and metacognition
  • Tools for working: information literacy, information and communication technology (ICT) literacy
  • Ways of living in the world: global citizenship and civic responsibility, including cultural awareness and competence.
  • Student leadership and personal development

CORE SKILLS

There are six Core Skills to help prepare young people for life and work in a globalised economy.

  1. Digital Literacy
  2. Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
  3. Creativity & Imagination
  4. Student Leadership
  5. Collaboration & Communication
  6. Citizenship

Citizenship:

Developing active, globally aware citizens who have the skills, knowledge and motivation to address issues of human and environmental sustainability and work towards a fairer world in a spirit of mutual respect and open dialogue; developing an understanding of what it means to be a citizen of their own country and their own country’s values.

Citizenship as a status:(rights and duties)

Citizenship as a feeling: (identity and belonging)

Citizenship as a practice: (making a difference)

Citizenship as a competence: (participation skills)