Introduction to Global Education
This course interrogates the notion of globalization and its impact on education around the world. Thematic units explore topics such as the relationship between the state, religion, and education; the impact of migration and immigration on schooling; education in post-conflict societies; technology, new media, and education; education and extremism; and education financing. Case studies include a focus on western satellite campuses in the Persian Gulf, Singapore and Shanghai; the reintegration of former child soldiers into formal schooling; the delivery of on-line learning and cross-cultural exchange platforms in K-16 education; and the Bologna process in European higher education.
Liberal Arts Core/MAP Equivalent - satisfies the requirement for Society & Social Sciences
- Old Course Number: E53.0010