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Title: Global Citizenship and the Practice of International Education
Authors: 陳榮政
CHEN, Robin Jung-Cheng
Contributors: 教育系
Keywords: global citizenship;global education;international education
Date: 2017-04
Issue Date: 2018-03-20 11:15:33 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The increasingly globalized world has promoted numorous discussions over characteristics we need for the future. First, this study anaylzes international organization’s definition of global citizenship. A global citizen should consist of “learning of cognitive knowledge”, “well understanding and participanting in team work”, and “takeing necessary actions to practice”. In addition, while exploring international education, we found that international education is now bearing some resemblance to global education. International education must raise more awareness on global responsibility. Moreover, it gives a general description via global citizenship education and its implication for school. And it concludes to three main findings : (1) the trend of global citizen has led international organizations to define global citizenship. (2) the global citizenship education could enrich its implication of international education. (3) “learning of cognitive knowledge”, “well understanding and participanting in team work”, “takeing necessary actions to practice”, are taken as guildelines of global citizenship.
Relation: 教育研究月刊, 276, 104-119
Data Type: article
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