Teaching Competencies in a Global Context
A Course in the Teaching for Global Competence Series
Explore the relationship of academic outcomes to global competencies that empower students to apply their academic knowledge to real-world problems and challenges. In this course, educators will learn how a global competence perspective brings context, relevance, and usefulness to what students are learning. The course includes examples of how global competences can be used in academic classrooms and out-of-school time programs.
The coaching guide helps instructional leaders support educators as they prepare to implement concepts from the course in their own learning environments.
This course is part of the Teaching for Global Competence program. The cost for an individual course enrollment is $29 USD. Discounts are available to schools, districts, and programs if you are purchasing courses in bulk (all courses for a minimum of 25 educators). Please contact Kate Kemeklis for more information on bulk enrollments.
Designed With the Following Audiences in Mind
Everyone is eligible to enroll in this course. This course is especially suited for the following audiences.
Classroom Teacher: Delivers educational content in an academic institution.
Out-of-School Time Educator: Delivers educational content in afterschool and summer programs.