How to build your global classroom in 4 steps

Globalization has an impact on various aspects of our lives. We live in an age where global issues that affect us all are pushing us to collaborate and to understand different perspectives. In schools, teaching from a global perspective can be quite challenging.

Growth comes from stepping out of our comfort zones, which classrooms can become quite easily. Most importantly, true growth is about learning from people that don’t belong to the same culture as us — a truly eye-opening experience for students and teachers alike.

Sure, there are many other benefits that arise from teaching with a global perspective in mind. A major advantage is building cross-cultural collaboration skills, which some argue is an essential 21st century skill.

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