Global Assessment Tools

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According to the Asia Society in their publication, Educating for Global Competence, globally competent students are able to perform the following four competences (as detailed in the illustration):

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of the book in its entirety.

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World Savvy Assessment: global competence is the disposition and capacity to understand and act on issues of global significance. Globally competent individuals possess and apply the following qualities, characteristics, and abilities to learn about and engage with the world. Educators who aspire to help students become globally competent must both develop these attributes in themselves and find ways to foster them in students.

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The Globally Competent Learning Continuum (GCLC) identifies the dispositions, knowledge, and skills that educators need to teach students from diverse backgrounds and prepare all students to thrive in a global society.  

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Education for global citizenship supports young people to explore and question the world around them. It promotes critical thinking, advocates social justice and encourages learners to apply their learning to real-world issues.

This guide is packed with practical information for mapping global citizenship across different subject areas and age groups. It also includes inspiring case studies from schools that take a global citizenship approach to teaching and learning. 
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This checklist from The American Forum for Global Education is a practical tool that teachers, curriculum developers, school administrators, and state education agency staff can use to gauge their work within the realm of global/international education.