Becoming a Global Citizen

Becoming a Global Citizen
Author : Dinah D'Antoni
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages : 105
Release : 2023
ISBN 10 : 9781475870541
ISBN 13 : 147587054X
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Becoming a Global Citizen Book Description:

The modern world becomes significantly, even exponentially, more interconnected with each passing year, month, and even day. The global flow of goods, services, news, ideas, and cultural practices and perspectives provides individuals with opportunities to experience and participate in an unprecedented array of intercultural experiences. All of this defines a new global situation and requires new approaches to educating students to not only survive but prosper on this new geopolitical landscape. This requires that we venture into ethical and spiritual dimensions of the process if we are to go about it in a humane and psychospiritually productive way. This book, in the case study tradition, examined the lived experiences of 12 former high school students who participated in an exchange trip to Argentina, in connection with intercultural competency development.

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