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A Globalized Education

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Przemyslaw Boloz

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Everyone has the right to express their opinions
People are eligible to vote
More freedom compared to obedient citizen
Many chances to learn more about the world
Be aware of the wider world and value diversity
Help young people to develop as active global citizens.
Provide young people the chance to learn and think critically concerning current issues
People have more opportunities to learn about outside worldEveryone have rights to express their opinions
People are eligible to vote
More freedom compared to obedient citizen
Many chances to learn more about the world
Act responsibly as global citizens. Obedient
citizen Well rounded
citizen A globalized education, preparing
well rounded or obedient citizens We will be talking about:

What globalisation is
How business has evolved
Well-rounded versus obedient citizens
Educational Impact
Conclusion presented by:
Lorraine Butler
Emma Li
Melissa Chan
Przemyslaw Boloz Globalisation is the way the world is getting more interconnected due to increased trade and cultural exchange. Can the progress of globalisation be stopped? Important figures from the world of politics, science and religion speak in favor of globalisation "The United Nations now and World Government
eventually must serve one single goal - the guarantee of
the security, tranquillity, and the welfare of all mankind."

- Einstein, A. (1947) "Towards a New World Order" Speech on September 11, 1990 A Vatican department has called for the creation of a “global government” to keep the world’s financial markets in check.

In October 2011 The Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace released a document entitled “Towards Reforming the International Financial and Monetary Systems in the Context of Global Public Authority” What does it mean to be an obedient citizen? Advantages As China only has one political party the society is more stable e.g. Russia
Reduced conflict as people do not question authority
Higher academic achievement
More people aspire to excel in scientific careers Human rights not respected
Lack of freedom
Closed minds
Lack of creativity
Lack of leadership type of people
Power centralised and led to corruption and big gap between rich and poor
No respect for intelectual property Definition: doing, or willing to do, what you have been told to do by someone in authority

Obey, follow, accept What does it mean to be a well-rounded citizen? Someone who is:
Aware of the wider world and how it works
Respects and values diversity
Gets involved with community
Acts to make the world a more sustainable place
Responsible for their own actions Disadvantages People are more inclined to disregard laws
Protests/strikes more likely to occur
It is difficult for people to make a decision as they do not know what party to vote for Advantages Disadvantages Methodology References Answers (2013) What is the role of the people in a democracy [Online] Available from: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_role_of_the_people_in_a_democracy [Accessed 6th April 2013].

Bbc.co.uk (2010) BBC - GCSE Bitesize - Geography - Globalisation - Video. [Online] Available form: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/geography/globalisation/globalisation_video.shtml [Accessed 21st Mar 2013].

Braniac, (2013) How to be a Well-rounded Person [Online]Available from: http://www.ehow.com/how_2108892_be-wellrounded-person.html [Accessed 1st April 2013].

Bushlibrary.tamu.edu (1990) George Bush Presidential Library and Museum :: Public Papers - 1990 - September. [Online] Available from: http://bushlibrary.tamu.edu/research/public_papers.php?id=2217&year=1990&month=9 [Accessed 21st March 2013].

Farouk, M. (2011) Why do people protest ( The psychological drives behine protests & revolutions) [Online] Available from: http://www.2knowmyself.com/Why_do_people_protest_and_start_revolutions[Accessed 6th April 2013].

Marlene, A (2011) Taking Responsibility For Your Actions [Online] Available from: http://www.audreymarlene-lifecoach.com/taking-responsibility.html [Accessed 5th April 201Wordpress (2013) Brainwash. [Online] Available from: http://atticfox.files.wordpress.com/2007/03/brainwash.jpg [Accessed 21st March 2013].

Members of the critical Issues Committee, Geological Society of America (no date) What do we mean by a sustainable world? [Online] Available from: http://bcn.boulder.co.us/basin/local/sustain10.html [Accessed 5th April 2013].

Menchin, S. (2010) globalEducation. [Online] Available from: http://blog.lib.umn.edu/clareach/stories/globalEducation.gif [Accessed 10 March 2013]

NewStatesman (2013) Civil disobedience and the Rule of Law [Online] Available from: http://www.newstatesman.com/blogs/david-allen-green/2012/02/law-rule-power-act-breaking[Accessed 6th April 2013].

Oxfam Education (no date) What is global citizenship [Online] Available form: http://www.oxfam.org.uk/education/global-citizenship/what-is-global-citizenship [Accessed 1st April 2013].ZENIT - The World Seen From Rome (2011) Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace on the Global Economy. [Online] Available from: http://www.zenit.org/en/articles/pontifical-council-for-justice-and-peace-on-the-global-economy [Accessed 21st March 2013].

Radhakrishnan, C. (2009) School Education and Globalisation – Problems and Prospects. [Online] Available from: http://chettourhorizonsforteaching.blogspot.co.uk/2009/01/school-education-and-globalisation.html

Wilkinson, G. McSchools for McWorld? Mediating global pressures with a McDonaldizing education policy response (2006). Cambridge Journal of Education, Vol. 36, (No 1). March 2006, 81-98.

ZENIT - The World Seen From Rome (2011) Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace on the Global Economy. [Online] Available from: http://www.zenit.org/en/articles/pontifical-council-for-justice-and-peace-on-the-global-economy [Accessed 21st March 2013]. ...We stand today at a unique and extraordinary moment... Out of these troubled times, ... a New World Order can emerge: a new era ... An era in which the nations of the world, East and West, North and South, can prosper and live in harmony.... Everyone has the right to express their own opinions
People are eligible to vote for their choice of political party
More freedom compared to obedient citizen
Freedom of access to information - more opportunities to learn about the world
Help young people to develop as active global citizens.
Provide young people the chance to learn and think critically concerning current issues Business evolution
Creating ‘local’ products and services from a ‘global resource’
Knowledge and information are key
Hi-tec world of constant evolution
Standardisation
Controls and measures New skills for the workforce Developing personal confidence
Critical thinking
Coaching
Team-working
Leadership skills
Project management
Change management

National Citizen Service McDonaldisation (Wilkinson, G. 2006)
1988 Education Reform Act
Introduction of National Curriculum Current state of education in England and Wales Impact on Educators and learners Dis- enfranchised educators and learners
Results, results, results
Health issues
Educators perceived as resistant to change
Some learners really do know more than the educator In conclusion - idealism versus reality Idealistic– western based Globalisation concept for the world
McDonaldisation – controlling concept like in China
Is that really what we want for our children?
Reality – There will always be difference bbc.co.uk (2010) Radhakrishnan, C. (2009) School Education and Globalisation – Problems and Prospects. [Online] Available from: http://chettourhorizonsforteaching.blogspot.co.uk/2009/01/school-education-and-globalisation.html Nath, P. (2013) Daryl Cagle’s The Cagle Post Cartoons & Commentary [Online] Available from: http://www.cagle.com/2013/01/globalisation-link/#.UVV1thzKFNs [Accessed 29th March 2013] NCSHeroes (2012 ) National Citizen Service: Get Involved! [Online] Available from: [Accessed 8th April 2013]
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