• What is the worldwide experience of integrating global competence into curriculum: school practice and teachers’ voice

    Thank you very much for all your complements Ms. Anastasia, regarding the meeting; I'm really busy these last few days because of the end of year exams.
    Thank you for your confidence

    "Empowering students through engaging education, fostering environmental consciousness, and advancing scientific literacy. Committed to shaping future leaders in Life and Earth Sciences."

  • @Bilim Absolutely! Incorporating neomillennial learning styles and fostering new digital civic and political participation are essential for bringing the study of global issues to life. As educators, developing global competence is vital in our evolving world. This competence involves equipping students with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values necessary to navigate and address complex global issues that impact everyone, now and in the future.

    Intercultural experiences, whether face-to-face or virtual, are crucial for building this competence. These encounters allow students to engage with diverse perspectives and develop a deeper understanding of different cultural settings. By exploring these varied viewpoints, students learn to see the world in a more nuanced way, enhancing their ability to address and understand global challenges. This multidimensional approach not only broadens their horizons but also prepares them to be informed, empathetic global citizens.

  • In addition to your involvement in integrating global competence into curriculum, your experience with Microsoft adds another layer of expertise to the table. Your achievements, such as the trophies you earned through Microsoft's training programs, demonstrate your commitment to enhancing educational practices through technology and innovative teaching methodologies.

    For instance, your completion of the "21st Century Learning Design" trophy showcases your proficiency in leveraging digital tools to foster critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity among students, all of which are essential components of global competence. Similarly, your attainment of the "OneNote Teacher Academy" trophy highlights your expertise in utilizing digital note-taking platforms to facilitate personalized and interactive learning experiences, which can enhance students' cross-cultural communication skills and global awareness.

    Furthermore, your participation in Microsoft's training programs underscores your dedication to continuous professional development and your willingness to embrace new technologies and pedagogical approaches to enhance your students' learning outcomes. By integrating your expertise in educational technology with your efforts to promote global competence, you are contributing to the creation of inclusive and forward-thinking learning environments that prepare students to thrive in an interconnected world.Capture d’écran 2024-05-19 172334.png

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    Let's learn for life
    Chokri From Tunisia

    "Empowering students through engaging education, fostering environmental consciousness, and advancing scientific literacy. Committed to shaping future leaders in Life and Earth Sciences."

  • Microsoft's Technology Literacy for Educators program is designed to equip educators with the skills and knowledge necessary to integrate technology effectively into teaching and learning in the 21st century. The program offers a comprehensive curriculum covering digital literacy, coding, productivity tools like Microsoft Office 365, and concepts such as cloud computing and data privacy. It emphasizes student-centered learning, personalized instruction, and the use of technology to foster creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Professional development resources, including online courses and communities of practice, help educators stay updated on best practices. The program also emphasizes accessibility and inclusivity, encourages the integration of Microsoft tools like Teams and OneNote, and has a global reach, providing support to educators worldwide. Overall, it aims to prepare educators to create engaging and effective learning experiences that prepare students for success in an increasingly digital world.21st Century Learning Design-Chokri.png

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    "Empowering students through engaging education, fostering environmental consciousness, and advancing scientific literacy. Committed to shaping future leaders in Life and Earth Sciences."

  • In integrating global competence into life science lessons, such as human immunity, it's essential to set clear objectives and aims. Start by emphasizing the interconnectedness of health challenges globally, aiming to develop students' awareness of the impact of diseases beyond borders. Foster cross-cultural understanding by incorporating case studies that highlight how cultural practices influence health outcomes and responses to diseases. Encourage critical thinking through analyzing global health data, evaluating the effectiveness of interventions, and proposing evidence-based solutions to combat diseases like pandemics. Promote communication skills by facilitating discussions on the ethical dilemmas of vaccine distribution or the importance of health education in diverse communities. Finally, empower students to take action by designing projects that address local health disparities or advocate for equitable access to healthcare resources, thereby nurturing them as informed and proactive global citizens within the realm of life sciences and beyond.

    "Empowering students through engaging education, fostering environmental consciousness, and advancing scientific literacy. Committed to shaping future leaders in Life and Earth Sciences."

  • @Bousl2336873cb4
    Real life lessons are undoutedly effective. For instance, international global competence asssessment PISA-2018 was inspired by SDGs of UN. Hopefully, this vision become real in today's classrooms worldwide meaning that we all need to live together sustainably. Because today’s learner is engaged in diverse online networks and communities that shape the way information is received, understood and utilized. Their interest, passion, life experience should be linked to academic achievements.

  • Real-life lessons in education, also known as experiential learning, offer invaluable benefits to students. By engaging directly with real-world situations, students find their learning experience more relevant and engaging, fostering a deeper understanding of concepts. These hands-on experiences promote active participation and enhance retention, as students remember information better when they've experienced it firsthand. Moreover, real-life lessons cultivate critical thinking and problem-solving skills by challenging students to analyze, decide, and solve problems within authentic contexts. Beyond academics, students develop essential life skills such as communication, collaboration, and adaptability, preparing them effectively for future challenges. Through collaboration, interaction, and exposure to diverse perspectives, students also experience emotional and social growth. Ultimately, integrating real-life lessons into education empowers students with the practical knowledge and skills necessary for success both inside and outside the classroom, shaping them into well-rounded individuals ready to tackle the complexities of the real world.

    "Empowering students through engaging education, fostering environmental consciousness, and advancing scientific literacy. Committed to shaping future leaders in Life and Earth Sciences."

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    I'm also a Microsoft Certified Educator and that transform my professional life few years ago. Every school year I make a promise to create an innovative project to showcase AT for SPED. Happy to be at the same teacher community to change the way education transform lives through technology.

    Best,
    Mr. Bryan

  • @BRYANb8875625e5 said in What is the worldwide experience of integrating global competence into curriculum: school practice and teachers’ voice:

    change the way education transform lives through technology.

    In the 21st century ,Digital tools facilitate collaboration among students, educators, and experts worldwide. Virtual classrooms, video conferencing, and online forums promoting global connections and diverse perspectives.

  • Overall, the field of education offers diverse opportunities for teachers to grow professionally, contribute meaningfully to student learning, and make a positive impact in their communities. Teachers can engage with their communities through outreach programs, partnerships with local organizations, or involvement in educational initiatives outside of school. seems more education, workshops, and conferences allow teachers to stay updated on best practices and innovations in education.

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  • @MYLOG47799627c6

    Absolutely, digital tools have revolutionized the way we collaborate and learn in the 21st century. Also change the discourse of inclusion and accesibility for our students with disabilities. Embracing digital tools helps prepare our students for a future where collaboration and communication across borders are essential skills.

    Best,
    Mr. Bryan

  • The educational system has undergone many changes from informal education system to industrial base education; now is the time move to global digital technologies era or simply say 21st century education paradigm. As an educator we think and conduct certain programs for the future generations to develop according the need of the world. How the learning theory and pedagogies could change is a question? By project-based learning; inquiry based learning; learning across disciplines; creative thinking, problem-solving skills, high tech and digital learning are becoming the active learning skills. As an educator me and my school teachers focus on developing students to build a productive citizens to the entire world through “Young Innovator Programs”. Young Innovator program is an innovation based studies conducted among primary school students. This program was introduced in 2013 and conducted in three phases. The first phase is the observational phase which the objective is to identify the inner interest of the children by giving exposure of experimental learning method. At the end of the observational phase that is end of the year 2013, the number of Science and Mathematics activity participants, their achievements and the parents feedback create awareness and the importance of thinking skill, creativity and numeracy intelligence activities. The second phase starts from 2014-2015 and the purpose of this phase is to offer and introduce more project base learning activities such Budding Scientist projects, School level and state Science for Young Children programs, kangaroo mathematics and Olympiad mathematics. In this phase we teachers give training to the supportive parents to teach the skills. More evaluations carried out especially the development and outcomes on students intelligences, students attitude, students activeness and the communication skills. In 2015 we sent 1 team of 3 students to the international level innovation competition at Soul, South Korea. Their achievement as a gold medalist and semi grand final special award proves that the program we conduct benefits the students. This motivate us more than what we planned in the paper work. But..... I cannot conduct the same method programs after the covid-19 pandemic. Everything changed including students activeness in studying and parents awareness in education. Did anyone come through this changes in your schools ?

  • Hi
    Project-based learning engages students more by involving them in topics that interest them, increasing their motivation and active participation. It develops practical skills such as problem-solving, time management, collaboration, and communication. Students gain critical thinking abilities and deepen their knowledge. For teachers, this method offers pedagogical flexibility, allows for authentic assessments, facilitates the integration of subjects, and promotes professional development and collaboration among colleagues. In summary, project-based learning makes teaching more dynamic, relevant, and beneficial for everyone.
    Best regards from Tunisia
    Chokri

    "Empowering students through engaging education, fostering environmental consciousness, and advancing scientific literacy. Committed to shaping future leaders in Life and Earth Sciences."

  • @MYLOG47799627c6
    Thank you for sharing your experience from your school. It was very inspiring! And thank you for your last question. It would be great to discuss how COVID-19 has changed your school, not just in general terms, but also with specific examples from the forum members here.

    In Russiam, I can see that some schools have undergone drastic changes, while others have not changed much.

    @Bousl2336873cb4 You left a comment earlier, could you please share your experience of school?

  • @MYLOG47799627c6 said in What is the worldwide experience of integrating global competence into curriculum: school practice and teachers’ voice:

    Budding Scientist projects

    By the way, I got interested in Budding Scientist project - could please tell me a concept of this initiative?

  • @MYLOG47799627c6 said in What is the worldwide experience of integrating global competence into curriculum: school practice and teachers’ voice:

    In the 21st century ,Digital tools facilitate collaboration among students, educators, and experts worldwide. Virtual classrooms, video conferencing, and online forums promoting global connections and diverse perspectives.

    This is one of the aims of our E-Teach forum - to connect teachers to provide quaity education.

    On the forum there is a topic, where you can search for a colleague, a teacher with a group of students in order to organise a video conference, launch a project, find a pen pal or just exchange your experience 🌏

    Feel free to check it out https://elibrary-forum.sdpsg.101.com/topic/37/connect-to-start-collaboration-for-international-school-projects