Educating Globally Competent Citizens: A Toolkit
The American Democracy Project’s Global Engagement Scholars have produced the 2nd edition of their Educating Globally Competent Citizens: A Toolkit. Edited by Steven Elliott-Gower (Georgia College), Dennis Falk (University of Minnesota Duluth) and Martin Shapiro (California State University, Fresno), this toolkit is a guide for faculty and staff who want to educate globally competent citizens using CSIS’s 7 Revolutions Framework. The toolkit is a companion guide to AASCU’s Global Challenges: Promise and Peril in the 21st Century national blended-learning course.
Educating Globally Competent Citizens, a product of AASCU’s American Democracy Project and its Global Engagement Initiative (formerly the 7 Revolutions Initiative) introduces readers to a set of global challenges facing society based on the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ 7 Revolutions framework. The toolkit is designed to aid faculty in incorporating global challenges into new and existing courses and programs. As such, it includes case studies; teaching materials (including syllabi), handouts, assignments and assessment tools; and teaching resources including relevant books, videos and websites. framework.
Below you’ll find the Table of Contents for the monograph. We hope you’ll read and share this work as we all work together to ensure that our students are prepared to be informed, engaged and globally competent citizens our democracy needs.
Educating Globally Competent Citizens: A Toolkit (2nd Ed.)
(Edited by Steven Elliott-Gower, Dennis R. Falk and Martin Shapiro)
- Foreword, George Mehaffy
- Introduction, Dennis R. Falk, Shala Mills, Jennifer Domagal-Goldman and Cecilia M. Orphan
- Global Challenges: Seven Revolutions Shaping Our World, Scott Aughenbaugh and Steven Elliott-Gower
- Case Studies, Global Engagement Scholars
- Teaching Materials (Sample Syllabi, Handouts, Assignments, Exams and Assessment), Global Engagement Scholars
- Teaching Resources, Global Engagement Scholars
- Expert Resources
- About the Editors