How to globalise curriculum

03/12/2012 | Edutopia.org

In this excerpt from his e-book, Terry Heick writes about the importance of globalising school curriculum in the 21st century. He suggests accomplishing this task by adapting to the learners, in part by using relevant technology. He also suggests teachers evaluate learning spaces by rethinking the typical classroom environment. Teachers also should utilise project-based learning that includes themes, such as play, he writes.

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