Global Issues curriculum, Sustainable Solutions curriculum
Exploring Global Issues: Social, Economic, and Environmental Interconnections, Second Edition - Teacher Guide
In today’s interconnected world, students are charged with the task of understanding events in deeply complex ways. Learning about events happening in the world without looking at their root causes and considering multiple perspectives can leave students unprepared to understand global complexities. On the other hand, making connections among events and understanding patterns can offer rich insight into global issues and can teach students the skills needed to become citizens who make thoughtful and informed decisions.
Facing the Future, Western Washington University; Skelton, Laura; Jacob, Sheeba; Hendrickson, Danica; Shaw, Danielle; and Clemens, Colleen, "Exploring Global Issues: Social, Economic, and Environmental Interconnections, Second Edition - Teacher Guide" (2018). Facing the Future Publications. 21.
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