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Cross Cultural Awareness. By: Starlet Taylor. Global Learning. Global education is “an effort to cultivate in young people a perspective of the world which emphasizes the interconnections among cultures, species, and the planet”(NCSS, 1982, pp. 1-2).

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Cross cultural awareness

Cross Cultural Awareness

By: Starlet Taylor


Global learning

Global Learning

  • Global education is “an effort to cultivate in young people a perspective of the world which emphasizes the interconnections among cultures, species, and the planet”(NCSS, 1982, pp. 1-2).

  • According to Merryfield, “ it develops the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are necessary for decision-making and effective participation in a world characterized by interconnectedness, cultural pluralism, and increasing competition for resources.”(p. 4)


Components of global learning

Components of Global Learning

There are five components to global learning.

  • Cross Cultural Awareness

  • Perspective Consciousness

  • State of Planet Awareness

  • Systems Connectedness

  • Option for Participation


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Cross Cultural Awareness

  • Cross Cultural Awareness is the diversity of ideas of different cultures found in societies all over the world.

  • It consists of concepts of how others may view one’s own culture due to preconceived notions.


Levels of culturally awareness

Levels of Culturally Awareness

  • Parochial stage-My way is the only way

  • Ethnocentric stage-I know their way, but my way is better

  • Synergistic stage-MyWay and Their Way

  • Participatory Third Culture stage-Our Way


Ways to manage cultural awareness

Ways to manage Cultural Awareness

  • Admit that you don’t know

  • Suspend judgments

  • Empathy

  • Become comfortable with ambiguity

  • Celebrate diversity.


Impact on students

Impact on Students

  • Culturally awareness will prepare our students to become great people.

  • It will allow the students to respect other cultures.

  • They will become culturally diverse.


Challenges

Challenges

  • Students may be treated differently by other students because of their culture.

  • Students may have a hard time forming friendships due to cultural differences.

  • Learning may not occur if the teacher is not culturally aware.

  • Students may feel depressed, neglected, and lonely.


Integration through unit of study

Integration through Unit of Study

  • Allowing students to conduct research about different countries

  • Students performing in plays about different holidays celebrated across the world.

  • Videos about different cultures

  • Reading books and taking notes about different cultures.

  • Informational papers over different cultural topics such as home life, holidays, famous leaders, foods, etc.


Integration through other disciplines

Integration through other disciplines

  • All about me posters created by students

  • Family night-parents share stories about their cultures

  • United Nations day-students dress up in their native attire

  • World food potluck-students bring a popular dish from their country


Culturally awareness resources

Culturally Awareness Resources

  • http://www.kulturekids.org/fun-stuff-to-do/games/

  • http://www.pbs.org/kcts/preciouschildren/diversity/read_activities.html

  • http://www.kidactivities.net/category/diversitymulti-cultural.aspx

  • http://www.globalawareness.com/for-kids/


References

References.

  • https://softchalkcloud.com/lesson/files/67gUxj52Q0sAd/Going_Global_in_Early__Childhood_Education[1].pdf

  • http://www.culturosity.com/articles/whatisculturalawareness.htm

  • Merryfield, M.M., Jarchow, E., & Pickert, S.(Eds.). 1997 Preparing teachers to teach global perspectives. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

  • National Council for Social Studies(NCSS). (1982). Position Statement on education. Washington, DC: Author.


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