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Below you will find a list of reading resources curated by Andrea Patton '14 and Mitik Zegeye '14. This page is a work in progress and they will add resources as they find them. Please feel free to leave comments and suggestions for them here.

Definitional Sources

Appiah, Kwame A. "Education for Global Citizenship." Why Do We Educate: Renewing the Conversation. Vol. 1. Oxford, U.K.: Blackwell, 2008. 83-99. Print. National Society for the Study of Education.

  • Traces the roots of cosmopolitan theory, discusses the importance of education, discusses the theory in depth, and addresses opponents.
  • Attached below: Appiah

Cabrera, Luis. The Practice of Global Citizenship. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2010. Print.

  • Discusses global citizenship within a cosmopolitan framework, defining duties at an individual and institutional level, and providing examples within discussion of illegal immigration.

Hovland, Kevin. "Global Learning: What Is It? Who Is Responsible for It?" Association of American Colleges and Universities: Peer Review 11.4 (2009). Web. 23 Oct. 2011. 

  • Details examples of various colleges’ and universities’ efforts to engage in and integrate global learning on campus, especially within the AAC&U’s Shared Futures Initiative, and gives a list of “Essential Learning Outcomes.”

Nussbaum, Martha C. "Cultivating Humanity." Liberal Education 84.2 (1998): 38. Professional Development Collection. Web. 21 Oct. 2011. 

  • Lays out three requirements of a global citizen and proposes practices for universities to implement.

Parker (2008). "International Education - What's in a name?". Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 90, No. 3, pp. 196-202

  • Public and private schools in the U.S. increasingly are adopting international education. The author asks, "What is it?" and finds a jumble of meanings and programs. Contradictory forces, such as nationalism and cosmopolitanism, are at play. Thus international education can have very different meanings at different schools.

Roudometof (2005). "Transnationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and Glocalization". Current Sociology, Vol. 53 (1)

Best Practices

Bender, Wright,  and Lopatto (2009). "Students’ Self-Reported Changes in Intercultural Knowledge and Competence Associated with Three Undergraduate Science Experiences". Frontiers: the Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad XVIII:307-321

  • The objective of this study was to asses the value of an international research experience for undergraduates. The authors focused on the impact of two international programs and compared these to the gains achieved by students participating in research on their home campus. The results suggest that all research experiences provide students with opportunities to gain international perspectives to some degree because of the presence of foreign nationals in the on-campus research groups.
  • Students’ Self-Reported Changes in Intercultural Knowledge and Competence Associated with Three Undergraduate Science Experience.pdf :Frontiers: the Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad XVIII:307--321

Braskamp, Larry A. "Developing Global Citizens." Journal of College and Character 10.1 (2008). Print.

  • Discusses developing global citizens in higher education, especially in relation to study abroad programs.

Byram,  Nichols,  and Stevens (2001). "Developing Intercultural Competence in Practice". Buffalo, N.Y. : Multilingual Matters

  • This book provides practical help for teachers who wish to help their learners acquire intercultural competence in an ordinary classroom. It contains descriptions of lessons and materials from a wide range of classrooms in several countries and from beginners-level to advanced learners. 
  • Google Books: Developing Intercultural Competence in Practice

Hovland, Kevin. "Global Learning: Aligning Student Learning Outcomes with Study Abroad." NAFSA: Association of International Educators, May 2010. Web. 27 Oct. 2011.

  • Notes that the goals of global learning (knowledge, skills, personal and social responsibility) aligns with goals of liberal education (teaching transferable and intellectual and practical skills such as communication, and analytical and problem solving skills). Notes that what global learning is and what it provides opportunities to do are especially related to study abroad programs which provide a laboratory for integrating Essential Learning Outcomes. Lists five aspects of a "high impact practice" and provides examples, several of which are similar to existing College of Wooster initiatives.

Hovland, Kevin. "Global Learning: What Is It? Who Is Responsible for It?" Association of American Colleges and Universities: Peer Review 11.4 (2009). Web. 23 Oct. 2011. 

  • Details examples of various colleges’ and universities’ efforts to engage in and integrate global learning on campus, especially within the AAC&U’s Shared Futures Initiative, and gives a list of “Essential Learning Outcomes.”

Lee (2006). "Global Citizenship: Extending Students' Knowledge and Action to the Global Context". Journal of College and Character, Volume VII, NO. 1

McCarthy(2010). "Scientists and Science Centers: A Great 'Glocal' Partnership Opportunity". Association of Science - Technology Centers

Nussbaum, Martha C. "Cultivating Humanity." Liberal Education 84.2 (1998): 38. Professional Development Collection. Web. 21 Oct. 2011. 

  • Lays out three requirements of a global citizen and proposes practices for universities to implement.

O'Dell and Hwang (2008). "Teaching Leadership with a Global Perspective: A Case Study". Journal of College and Character, Volume X, NO. 1

  • The purpose of the study was to determine if Leadership Studies students at a Midwestern university participating in a “Global Immersion Week” course activity would acquire an enhanced understanding of global issues and a desire to learn more about global issues. Overall, the majority of the respondents agreed that a Global Immersion Week at least whetted their appetites to explore more global issues.
  • Teaching Leadership with a Global Perspective- A Case Study.pdf 

Sperandio, Jill, Grudzinski-Hall, Magdalena, and Stewart-Gambino, Hannah. "Developing and Undergraduate Global Citizenship Program: Challenges of Definition and Assessment." International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 22.1 (2010): 12-22. Web. 26 Oct. 2011.

Zuñiga, Ximena, Elizabeth A. Williams, and Joseph B. Berger. "Action-Oriented Democratic Outcomes: The Impact of Student Involvement With Campus Diversity." Journal of College Student Development 46.6 (2005): 660-78.University of Washington. Web. 21 Oct. 2011.

  • Reports results of a study on the effect of various diversity related curricular and co-curricular activities on “democratic outcomes” in student attitudes.

Global Engagement in the Academy

Brooks, Jeffrey; Normore, Anthony (2010). "Educational Leadership and Globalization: Literacy for a Glocal Perspective". Educational Policy 24 (1): 52--82.

Byram,  Nichols,  and Stevens (2001). "Developing Intercultural Competence in Practice". Buffalo, N.Y. : Multilingual Matters

  • This book provides practical help for teachers who wish to help their learners acquire intercultural competence in an ordinary classroom. It contains descriptions of lessons and materials from a wide range of classrooms in several countries and from beginners-level to advanced learners. 
  • Google Books: Developing Intercultural Competence in Practice

Charles, A., Jr. (2006)." Developing More Globally Engaged Faculties". Independent School Magazine, National Association of Independent Schools. Summer 2006, Volume 65, Number 4. Web. 

  • Discusses how the International College in Beirut, Lebanon, prepared its students for global citizenship by developing globally engaged faculty, through the use of a "teacher-exchange'' program. 
  • Developing More Globally Engaged Faculty  

Cornwell, Grant H., and Eve W. Stoddard. “Globalizing Knowledge: Connecting International and Intercultural Studies.” The Academy in Transition. Association of American Colleges and Universities. Web.

  • Discusses diversity and a global world view in institutions of higher education, specifically liberal arts colleges.

Crawford and Kirby (2008). "Fostering Students' Global Awareness: Technology Applications in Social Studies Teaching and Learning". Journal of Curriculum and Instruction (JoCI), January 2008, Volume 2, Number 1. 

Fischer, Karin. "U.S. Faculty Members Lag on Global Engagement." The Chronicle of Higher Education. 13 Feb. 2009. Web. 21 Oct. 2011.

  • Reports on a study about U.S. faculty involvement internationally.

Hovland, Kevin. "Global Learning: Aligning Student Learning Outcomes with Study Abroad." NAFSA: Association of International Educators, May 2010. Web. 27 Oct. 2011.

  • Notes that the goals of global learning (knowledge, skills, personal and social responsibility) aligns with goals of liberal education (teaching transferable and intellectual and practical skills such as communication, and analytical and problem solving skills). Notes that what global learning is and what it provides opportunities to do are especially related to study abroad programs which provide a laboratory for integrating Essential Learning Outcomes. Lists five aspects of a "high impact practice" and provides examples, several of which are similar to existing College of Wooster initiatives.

Hovland, Kevin. "Global Learning: What Is It? Who Is Responsible for It?" Association of American Colleges and Universities: Peer Review 11.4 (2009). Web. 23 Oct. 2011. 

  • Details examples of various colleges’ and universities’ efforts to engage in and integrate global learning on campus, especially within the AAC&U’s Shared Futures Initiative, and gives a list of “Essential Learning Outcomes.”

Lee (2006). "Global Citizenship: Extending Students' Knowledge and Action to the Global Context". Journal of College and Character, Volume VII, NO. 1

Sperandio, Jill, Grudzinski-Hall, Magdalena, and Stewart-Gambino, Hannah. "Developing and Undergraduate Global Citizenship Program: Challenges of Definition and Assessment." International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 22.1 (2010): 12-22. Web. 26 Oct. 2011.

Real World Applications

Cabrera, Luis. The Practice of Global Citizenship. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2010. Print.

  • Discusses global citizenship within a cosmopolitan framework, defining duties at an individual and institutional level, and providing examples within discussion of illegal immigration.

"Goals and Framework." Oregon Health and Science University, 2011. Web. 21 Oct. 2011. 

  • Discusses goals for diversity and inclusion at OHSU medical center

Howson, Christopher P., Harvey V. Fineberg, and Barry R. Bloom. "The Pursuit of Global Health: the Relevance of Engagement for Developed Countries." Lancet 351 (1998): 586-90.

  • Discusses the need for international cooperation on global health issues and proposes several practices.
  • Attached below: World Health.

Seixo, Fabio. "Sports Saves the World." Sports Illustrated 26 Sept. 2011: 62-74. 

  • Discusses international humanitarian sports programs.
  • Attached below: GE sports part 1 & 2

Assessment

Marmolejo (2010). "Internationalization of Higher Education: the Good, the Bad, and the Unexpected". The Chronicle of Higher Education. Web. 02 Nov. 2011

Morais, Duarte B and Anthony C. Ogden. 2011."Initial Development and Validation of the Global Citizenship Scale." Journal of Studies in International Education. 15 (5): 445-466.

  • Describes the development of the global citizenship scale, the process of testing and validating it.
  • The Scale has three dimensions: social responsibility, global competence, and global civic engagement, each with three subdimensions.

O'Dell and Hwang (2008). "Teaching Leadership with a Global Perspective: A Case Study". Journal of College and Character, Volume X, NO. 1

  • The purpose of the study was to determine if Leadership Studies students at a Midwestern university participating in a “Global Immersion Week” course activity would acquire an enhanced understanding of global issues and a desire to learn more about global issues. Overall, the majority of the respondents agreed that a Global Immersion Week at least whetted their appetites to explore more global issues.
  • Teaching Leadership with a Global Perspective- A Case Study.pdf 

Paige, Stallman, Jon, and LaBrack (2009). "Study Abroad for Global Engagement: The Long-Term Impact of International Experiences". SAGE: Study Abroad for Global Engagement, NAFSA 2009 Annual Conference 

Zuñiga, Ximena, Elizabeth A. Williams, and Joseph B. Berger. "Action-Oriented Democratic Outcomes: The Impact of Student Involvement With Campus Diversity." Journal of College Student Development 46.6 (2005): 660-78.University of Washington. Web. 21 Oct. 2011.

  • Reports results of a study on the effect of various diversity related curricular and co-curricular activities on “democratic outcomes” in student attitudes.
Sources

A Presentation of Research by Mitik Zegeye

A Presentation of Research by Andrea Patton 

Name Size Creator Creation Date Comment  
PDF File Global Citizenship Scale.pdf 296 kB Andrea Sarah Patton Apr 06, 2012 00:52  
PDF File GE sports part 2.PDF 1.23 MB Andrea Sarah Patton Dec 22, 2011 18:44  
PDF File GE sports pt 1.PDF 1.36 MB Andrea Sarah Patton Dec 22, 2011 18:44  
PDF File Appiah.pdf 81 kB Andrea Sarah Patton Dec 22, 2011 18:43  
PDF File World Health.pdf 71 kB Andrea Sarah Patton Dec 22, 2011 18:43  
PDF File Fostering students' global awarenes... 205 kB Mitik Ayalew Zegeye Nov 10, 2011 11:07  
PDF File Study Abroad for Global Engagement ... 1.43 MB Mitik Ayalew Zegeye Oct 20, 2011 14:51  
PDF File Global Citizenship- Extending Stude... 36 kB Mitik Ayalew Zegeye Oct 20, 2011 14:41  
PDF File Global Citizenship- Extending Stude... 36 kB Mitik Ayalew Zegeye Oct 20, 2011 14:40  
PDF File Teaching Leadership with a Global ... 50 kB Mitik Ayalew Zegeye Oct 20, 2011 14:22  
PDF File Students’ Self-Reported Changes in ... 1.25 MB Mitik Ayalew Zegeye Oct 20, 2011 13:44  
Text File travelquotes.txt 0.6 kB Jessica Duplaga Oct 12, 2011 15:52    
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