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Global Teaching: | Encouraging Students to Transcend Borders and Care about the World

Dr. Hilary Kahn, Director of the Center for the Study of Global Change, Indiana University
# Teaching globally demands that faculty embrace a newer definition of knowledge, one in which knowledge does not emerge from singular sources or individual experts, but rather is a process that involves interconnections, plurality, collaboration, and collective engagement.

Classrooms must be envisioned as nodes in a global network, where students, faculty, and the world are in continuous dialogue. In these globalized classrooms, knowledge develops through multiple perspectives, by breaking down borders (whether national, disciplinary, or ideological), and by forging connections and commitments to the world, oneself, and one's community.

This presentation will introduce this collective and critical approach to global teaching and learning.

Lunch provided by TILT. Please register using the link below. Limit 40.

Note: Registration closes at 5 pm on April 23.

Dates and Times:
April 25 - April 25, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Registration Deadline: April 11, 2014 12:00 PM
Registration is closed.
Morgan Library Event Hall
Learn More:
Debi Colbert, 491.2645 , debora.colbert@colostate.edu