A shift is made from national to global notions of rights. In addition, a broad educational participation has become a huge concern in School systems. Cultural globalization and political globalization has a direct impact on the concept of human rights in education. Suarez & Meyer(1996:39) maintains that the notion of human rights positively effects educational policies, the curriculum as well as the development of textbooks. The implementation of human rights in education rapidly expands development of organizations, professional associations and a discourse that is devoted to matter.
Globalization has lead to so many differences as well as innovations, one concrete, and has been evident since then, example is the use and reasons for learning and teaching the English language. Because of Globalization, Global Education emerged and teaching foreign language has been promoted to being pivotal for the personal, cognitive and general academic benefits. Educational institution began developing curriculum that build a global citizen that will fulfill the demand of globalization. Connections of society to society become crucial and learning languages, that emerge according to the economical factors, has been a must. Teaching foreign languages became crucial to this agenda to mold the students to be able to engage with international events and be able to be a part of discussions with deeper
The world has evolved greatly. With globalization, the world has become a planetary village. This planetary village rely on human beings with a certain level of education. A good education has become an indispensable key However, for a good education, an excellent system of education is needed. More and more countries are emerging on the economic as well as the educational level.
The concept of globalization and internationalization are greatly enhancing this profession globally. First and significant view is that the employment opportunities and international education upgraded through these concepts universally. Secondly it gives a platform for the social work professional and students to exchange their ideas and exposures through globally. Thirdly, due to globalization and internationalization, the global economy wants to eliminate the stigmatization of people especially in North American regions .In addition, social work profession always demanding a good rapport with other people especially for clients, for the introduction of globalization and internationalization concepts the social workers can break the psychosocial territory and understand the global realties for the social intervention strategies in a positive way. In another view point, through globalization and internalization in the educational filed greatly help to social work students to avoid the judgmental attitudes and multicultural dimensions of the society and people.
Therefore, private sector employers and large corporations increasingly seek out a diverse workforce that has the ability to adapt to different international contexts and work cultures. Diversity enhancement therefore has acquired a strategic importance for both public and private educational institutions in the U.S. The U.S. government also recognized a strategic significance and population dividend to foster institutional diversity. During Obama administration, the federal government issued an Executive Order 13583 in 2011, to encourage equity, diversity and inclusion in public institutions. The order is explicit about eliminating all forms of discrimination, barriers, fostering institutional diversity, enhancing the representation of underrepresented groups, awareness programs, institutional support, and accountability to implement the order.
As the process in which more and more people become connected in more different ways across larger distances (Lechner, 2009). Lechner, F.J. (2009) Globalization: The Making of World Society: John Wiley & Sons Stromquist and Monkman (2000) pointed out that “globalization is a phenomenon that comprises multiple and drastic changes in all areas of social life, particularly economics, technology, and culture” Castells (2000) identified sources of competitiveness in global economy four distinct processes: the technological capacity; access to large, integrated, and affluent market; profitable differential between production costs; and production sets. From the education perspective, more and more schools are in cooperation with some companies and
This evolution in Information Technology and the major innovations made in it is a major driving force behind globalization, which actually set the cart rolling. Globalization and Law This concept can rather be understood as ‘GLOBALIZATION OF LAW’. Globalization of Law includes the translocal networks of local laws as well as the complex interaction between the nation, state and its law . Focus can also be drawn towards the growing advocacy of courts in handling political conflicts and restructuring economies. In recent years, legal scholars, political scientists and social scientists in Western countries have explored the trend of ‘judicial internationalization’, meaning the increased interaction between judges from different jurisdictions around the world .
Introduction: The English language is generally acknowledged as a global language, in view of its numerous functions and preference over several other languages around the globe. The tradition of English teaching has been drastically changed with the remarkable entry of technology. Technology provides so many options as making teaching interesting and also making teaching more productive in terms of improvements. Technology is one of the most significant drivers of both social and linguistic change. At present the role and status of English is that it is the language of social context, political, socio cultural, business, education, industries, media, library, communication across borders, and key subject in curriculum and language of imparting education.
Moreover, increasing economic pressure have been pushing schools to seek sponsorship from society with the intent of achieving more competitive and effective outcomes (Henry & Taylor, 1997) Political globalization upsell connected with economic globalization. It is forged by the transpiration of political power. It is also discrimination of political ideas. It is noteworthy that democratic concepts that have emerged within the globalization context have given impetus towards democratic changes and shift towards decentralization of power (sayeed, 2002) with regard to the impact of this such as implementation of school based management will be felt at the school level. As a result leaders, teacher leaders and teacher would be offered more opportunities to undertake responsibilities to implement education
Education is acknowledged as a crucial measure of worldwide improvement. The government is well aware that the technological advancement and social-economic growth are dependent on educational development. Hence, the importance of education in the society can be overly emphasized. They applied a lot of method in the process of teaching and learning. One of the methods which they use is mind map.
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