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AutorIn 1:
John, Beatrice
AutorIn 2:
Caniglia, Guido
AutorIn 3:
Bellina, Leonie
weitere AutorInnen:
Lang, Daniel J.; Laubichler, Manfred
HerausgeberIn 1:
Leuphana University Lüneburg, Institute for Ethics and Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research
Titel:
The Glocal Curriculum
Untertitel:
A Practical Guide to Teaching and Learning in an Interconnected World
Ort:
Lüneburg
Verlag:
Leuphana University Lüneburg, Institute for Ethics and Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research
Jahr:
2017
Abstract:
"(...) This situation might seem utopian to most administrators or instructors working in higher education. Yet, in the Global Classroom project, we tried to turn this utopian idea into a reality. During the course of three years, we worked together with students from Germany and the United States on sustainability problems and solutions in the urban environments of Lüneburg/Hamburg (Germany) and Tempe/Phoenix (Arizona). In this transnational collaboration between Arizona State University and Leuphana University Lüneburg, we experimented with different formats, teaching concepts, pedagogical approaches as well as different technological equipment and forms of engagement with, for instance, stakeholders in local communities. The goal of these experiments was always the same: inding out what formats and approaches could be used in the context of a transnational collaboration that would prepare and empower students to become critical citizens who are willing to engage with people from other cultures and nationalities to address pressing sustainability challenges of our time. (...)"
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