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Annotated Bibliography Patricia Peterson Kaplan University Project Description Global education is a complex idea that is taught to enhance ones meaning of the world. Education that opens people’s eyes and minds to the realities of the globalized world and awakens them to bring about a world of greater justice, equity, and human rights for all. (Maastricht Global Education Declaration) Multicultural Education refers to any form of teaching or education that incorporates the histories, texts, values, beliefs, and perspectives of people from different cultural backgrounds. Briefly discuss why global education is important in U.S. education today? While many of us (Myself included) have grown up in communities that are predominantly one race…show more content…
(2012). Implementing Inclusive Education, 17-32. Special education can be conceived differently not only from classroom to classroom but also around the world, and be practiced differently. One of the current discussions concerning the ideas for mainstreaming, integration and inclusion - and also whether these are in fact different concepts, or simply different definitions. This book is based on the assumption that inclusive education is a necessary part of providing high quality education for all. Using international examples, it clarifies the rationale for inclusion and demonstrates how it can be put into practice. Education That Matters: Teachers, Critical Pedagogy and Development Education at Local and Global Level (n.d.). Building Global Education with a Local Perspective. Today 's learners are faced with an unprecedented set of challenges worldwide, yet so much of the education that is offered is based on yesterday 's thinkers, ideas and lessons. In changing times, we need to familiarize ourselves with open minds and varied teaching methods to address multicultural and global learning styles. In order to better approach better ways for Developmental Education teachers are challenged to be more involved in global issues. It shows how knowledge and content develops, teaching methodologies change and global issues can be embedded in education…show more content…
(2015). From ‘Closing the Gap’ to an Ethics of Affirmation. Reconceptualizing the Role of Early Childhood Services in Times of Uncertainty. European Journal of Education, 50(3), 293-306. This article discusses a variety of advances in Global and multicultural education in early childhood education Europe and a variety of other countries as well. There is a growing interest in advancing with early childhood and global teaching strategies. Many members of the early childhood teaching community have contributed to the argument as to whether generalized rules and laws are appropriate to our early multicultural learners. This article covers ideas to close the gap between cultures and allow our struggling learners to advance their own strengths and weaknesses. Horsley, M. W., & Bauer, K. A. (2010). Preparing early childhood educators for global education: The implications of prior learning. European Journal of Teacher Education, 33(4),
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