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Teaching and Learning Resources for Global Citizenship Program: Home

Knowledge Areas

This program will focus on several key areas relevant to the 21st century global citizen by offering relevant and varied courses in a variety of disciplines:

  • Roots of Culture
  • Social Systems and Human Behaviors
  • Physical and Natural World
  • Global Understanding
  • Arts Appreciation

Skill Areas

Within these knowledge areas, the program will also seek to develop specific skills:

  • Quantitative Literacy
  • Critical Thinking
  • Ethical Reasoning
  • Intercultural Knowledge
  • Oral Communication
  • Written Communication

Subject Headings relating to Teaching for Globalization

Welcome!

 

The mission of the Global Citizenship Program is to ensure that every undergraduate student emerges from Webster with the core competencies required for responsible global citizenship in the 21st century.

The goal of these pages is to connect faculty to relevant resources within our library.  Therefore, the items here will deal more with the teaching of specific topics than a full listing of items relating to a specific topic. 

For more general materials related to teaching at the college level, you may also want to see our Teaching Resources Page which has a wide variety of helpful resources available through our website.

 

Library Resource relating to Pedagogy and Innovation

The sample below provides titles to works addressing pedagogy for modern, global citizenship.  For further resources on Teaching and Learning, see our related Research guide.

Library Resources relating to Globalization and Education

Series Relating to GCP Teaching and Learning

The titles noted below deal with a broad range of teaching topics with resources that cross and connect disciplines.

General Teaching Subject Headings

The following subject heading links will take you to  a list of library resources relating to teaching and learning.  For additional subject headings relating to key aspects of teaching and learning, see our related research guide.