Five Eyes to Educate Global Citizens. The Need for a Useful Theory of Global Education

  • Reimers F
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This book examines how to educate students to be globally aware, globally minded, and globally proficient. It explains why educating students as global citizens matters for students, for schools, and for the future of humanity. While a growing number of parents and educators understand the importance of these goals, significantly less of them act on that awareness effectively. This gap between awareness and action is rooted in a wide schism between scholarship on global education and practice. As a result of this gap, two disconnected strands of literature guide, or more appropriately provide insufficient guidance, to the field: academic literature and practical guides.

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Reimers, F. M. (2020). Five Eyes to Educate Global Citizens. The Need for a Useful Theory of Global Education (pp. 1–24). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-3887-2_1

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