Inspire Citizens
Global Impact Workshops:

Build Your Global Competence Toolkit

Make Learning Pop
with Relevance:
Empathy to Impact

steve@inspirecitizens.org

twitter: @inspirecitizen1

 

 

The Big Picture

8:30


 

Day 1 Objectives

Workshop Objective One: Build Your Toolkit
Deeply and Actively Engage with Tools
for Teaching Global Competence

 

Workshop Objective Two: Make Learning Pop with Relevance
Level-up Curriculum and Impact with the
Empathy to Impact Approach
& Global Competence Toolkit


 

Warm-Up: SDG Mingle
& Dancing with the Goals
a.
Hello, my name is…
b. Everything is connected…

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8:50 am

 

 

Pre-Assessment 1:
The Group Brain
What is education for global competence?
Or service? Or social justice?
Or sustainable development?

What is service?
Seoul Foreign School, Elementary School Workshop, 2019.

(Map, spies, Qs) 9:15 am

 

 

OECD PISA

9:35 am

 

What is global competence
and why do we need it?

  • to live harmoniously in multicultural communities

  • to thrive in a changing labor market

  • to use media platforms effectively and responsibly

  • to implement the Sustainable Development Goals

Four Corners Monument and Activity

What is keeping us from teaching more deeply for global competence?


What actionable idea do you have for making progress on developing greater global competence in our schools?

25/10 Crowd Sourcing


Pre-Assessment 2:
Global Impact School Pathways & Benchmarks
Where are we & where do we want to go?

Break: 10:20

 

 

Understand and Appreciate the
Perspectives and World Views of Others:


Active Listening & Deep Questioning

Global Youth Media


SFS Voice Lab: Seoul Foreign School.

Lunch

 

Responsible Production & Consumption
of Media & the Effects on Wellbeing & Community


 

Engage in Appropriate & Effective Interactions Across Cultures, Age, Gender, Religion…

Deep Cultural Understanding
& Building Real Relationships

Activist in Residence Programs  Inspire Citizens, 2019.  Salva Dut, Water for South Sudan    Multiplication Table:  Who can you multiply in your community as a co-teacher or partnership? Student Colleagues Parents Campus workers Local community Global community

Activist in Residence Programs
Inspire Citizens, 2019.
Salva Dut, Water for South Sudan

Multiplication Table: Who can you multiply in your community as a co-teacher or partnership?
Student
Colleagues
Parents
Campus workers
Local community
Global community


 

Examine Local,
Global & Intercultural Issues:

Caring Deeply and Inquiring Rigorously

Factfulness

2:00-3:00pm


Examine Issues Using Mathematics & Statistics

 

 

Day 2 Objectives

1. Toolkit Overview (Three+ Tools): 8:30-9:50
Cultural Iceberg, PhotoVoice & the Sustainability Compass

2. Transformational Curriculum: 10:00-11:30
Embedding global competence, SDGs,
& Empathy to Impact (extension: 17 Skills for 17 Goals)

3. How do we know students are learning? 12:30-1:30
Can-dos, e-Portfolios, IC Active Citizen Profile

4. How do we get started on our journey? 1:45-3:00
Actionable next steps for community visioning


 

1. Toolkit Overview (Three+ Tools):
Cultural Iceberg, Power in Images & the Sustainability Compass

Beyond Culture  (1976) by Edward T. Hall  Iceberg Model Doc   Hall suggests that the only way to learn the internal culture of others is to actively participate in their culture.   When one first enters a new culture, only the most overt behaviors are apparent. As one spends more time in that new culture, the underlying beliefs, values, and thought patterns that dictate that behavior will be uncovered.   What this model teaches us is that we cannot judge a new culture based only on what we see when we first enter it. We must take the time to get to know individuals from that culture and interact with them. Only by doing so can we uncover the values and beliefs that underlie the behavior of that society.

Beyond Culture (1976) by Edward T. Hall
Iceberg Model Doc

Hall suggests that the only way to learn the internal culture of others is to actively participate in their culture.

When one first enters a new culture, only the most overt behaviors are apparent. As one spends more time in that new culture, the underlying beliefs, values, and thought patterns that dictate that behavior will be uncovered.

What this model teaches us is that we cannot judge a new culture based only on what we see when we first enter it. We must take the time to get to know individuals from that culture and interact with them. Only by doing so can we uncover the values and beliefs that underlie the behavior of that society.


 

Workshop PhotoVoice:
Tell the story of yesterday’s workshop to the world in 4 photos or images from the site
Tag: @inspirecitizen1 @afs #teachSDGs @edchatEU +2 people not here

Write:
What were your most important takeaways?
What does the world / colleagues need to know about education for global competence?
Why do you think Empathy and Impact matters?




 

 

Taking Action for Collective Wellbeing
and Sustainable Development
Teach SDGs: What’s Your Target?





Vocation is one’s response to a call from outside of oneself to use one’s strengths and gifts to impact the world, making it a better place through service, creativity, and leadership.

The concept of vocation rests on the belief that life
is about more than me.


 

The Sustainability Compass:
Sustainability Self-Assessment, SDG Interactions, & True Price

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True Price:   Zoe Weil,  Institute for Human Education

True Price:
Zoe Weil, Institute for Human Education

 

 

3. How do we know students are learning?
Can-dos, e-Portfolios, IC Global Citizen Profile

What is action and how do we know
students made impact?

What did they learn along the way?
(
Formative assessment strategy bank)

Did they meet curriculum standards?

How have they proven their global competencies?

1:00 - 2:00


Active Citizen Profile.png
 

 

2. Transformational Curriculum:
Embedding global competence, SDGs,
& Empathy to Impact (extension: 17 Skills for 17 Goals)

Empathy to Impact approach

2:00-3:00

Inquiry and discovery-based classrooms

Embed “soft skills” for student leadership, creative thinking, and collaboration


Project-Based learning menu for greater local and global impact

Subject-area planner

Student reflection scaffold / organizer

 

 

4. How do we get started on our journey?
Actionable next steps for community visioning

Aaron Moniz:  aaronmoniz17@gmail.com @inspirecitizen2   Steve Sostak:  steve@inspirecitizens.org @inspirecitizens1

Aaron Moniz:
aaronmoniz17@gmail.com
@inspirecitizen2

Steve Sostak:
steve@inspirecitizens.org
@inspirecitizens1