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Transcript of GLOBALISATION
WHAT IS GLOBALISATION?
"Process which embodies a transformation in the spatial organization of social relations and transactions, generating interregional flows and networks of activity, interaction and power” (Bliss 2005, citing Held, 1991).
Emerged in the Colonisation era with the expansion of world trade and migration
Market competitions and impact on the environment
Consequences for life and chance of individuals across the globe (Held, 1991)
The intensifying speed, growing impact of global interconnectedness
IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION
Advancements in technology
Greater emphasis on higher education
International education curriculum and standards
Changed classroom learning experience for students and teachers
Educational institutions are dependent on technology to assist in teaching
Allowed for a more engaging and exciting learning experience as students feel more motivated
"Teachers will not be replaced by technology, but teachers who don't use technology will be replaced by those who do." - Sheryl Nassbaum-Beach
DISADVANTAGES OF TECHNOLOGY
Technical difficulties in classrooms
Students can become detached and distracted from their learning
ON EDUCATION IN NSW
Bliss, S. (2005, July). Growing Global Education and Globalisation in Australia. Paper presented at the Pacific Circle Consortium Conference, Sydney.
Held, D., McGrew, A. G., Goldblatt, D., & Perraton, J. (1999). Introduction. In Global transformations: politics, economics and culture. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1-10.