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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1080/00131911.2019.1566211

After cultural literacy: new models of intercultural competency for life and work in a VUCA world

04 Mar 2021-Educational Review (Routledge)-Vol. 73, Iss: 2, pp 229-250
Abstract: Globalisation has brought about change not only in the economic, social and technological order, but also in people’s mentality and the ways they interact with the world around them. There has been...

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Topics: Cultural literacy (52%)
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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.5205/5118
Abstract: Objective : To review on the book " Education As a practice of freedom " Method : A critical analysis . Results: the book shows the view of the method of teaching adult literacy . Why not just be a spectator , the ideas it presented demonstrate trademarks of experience in Brazil in the 1960s . Conclusion : As a classic reading of this work and of paramount importance to the conceptual understanding of continuing health education , because it encourages us to reflect on our educational processes in vocational training and health education through learning seeking significant change for people people who change the world .

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Topics: Vocational education (62%), Teaching method (55%), Reading (process) (54%) ... show more

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01 Jan 2016-
Abstract: Thank you for downloading the handbook of sustainability literacy skills for a changing world. Maybe you have knowledge that, people have search hundreds times for their favorite readings like this the handbook of sustainability literacy skills for a changing world, but end up in malicious downloads. Rather than enjoying a good book with a cup of tea in the afternoon, instead they juggled with some harmful virus inside their computer.

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Topics: Sustainability science (70%), Sustainability (55%)

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PC Earley, Soon Ang1Institutions (1)
15 Jul 2003-
Abstract: In a global market where international teams, initiatives, and joint ventures are increasingly common, it is extremely important for people to integrate themselves quickly in new cultures. Current theories in management and psychology do not provide adequate frameworks to explain the successes or failures of people working and managing in foreign cultures. In this book, the authors develop the idea of cultural intelligence and examine its three essential facets.

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/0147-1767(86)90005-2
Milton J. Bennett1Institutions (1)
Abstract: The development of Intercultural sensitivity demands attention to the subjective experience of the learner. The key to such sensitivity and related skills in Intercultural communication is the way in which learners construe cultural difference. This article suggests a continuum of stages of persona! growth that allows trainers to diagnose the level of sensitivity of individuals and groups and to sequence material according to a developmental plan. The developmental continuum moves from ethnocentrisrn to ethnorelativism . Earlier stages of the continuum define the parochial denial of difference, the evaluative defense against difference, and the universalist position of minimization of difference. Later stages define the acceptance of difference, adaptation to difference, and the integration of difference into one's world view. The stages of development are illustrated with typical statements and behaviors of learners that can be used to diagnose levels of sensitivity, and strategies to facilitate movement from each stage to the next are suggested. Special attention is given to questions of ethics and credibility that often arise in intercultural training situations.

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Book ChapterDOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-2324-5_2
Marilyn Binkley1, Ola Erstad2, Joan L. Herman3, Senta Raizen  +3 moreInstitutions (4)
01 Jan 2012-
Abstract: As the previous chapter indicates, there has been a significant shift in advanced economies from manufacturing to information and knowledge services. Knowledge itself is growing ever more specialized and expanding exponentially. Information and communication technology is transforming the nature of how work is conducted and the meaning of social relationships. Decentralized decision making, information sharing, teamwork, and innovation are key in today’s enterprises. No longer can students look forward to middle class success in the conduct of manual labor or use of routine skills – work that can be accomplished by machines. Rather, whether a technician or a professional person, success lies in being able to communicate, share, and use information to solve complex problems, in being able to adapt and innovate in response to new demands and changing circumstances, in being able to marshal and expand the power of technology to create new knowledge, and in expanding human capacity and productivity.

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Topics: Information sharing (54%), Teamwork (53%), Information literacy (52%) ... show more

862 Citations


Open accessBook
12 Aug 2008-
Abstract: Despite the best efforts of educators, our nations schools are dangerously obsolete. Instead of teaching students to be critical thinkers and problem-solvers, we are asking them to memorize facts for multiple choice tests. This problem isnt limited to low-income school districts: even our top schools arent teaching or testing the skills that matter most in the global knowledge economy. Our teens leave school equipped to work only in the kinds of jobs that are fast disappearing from the American economy. Meanwhile, young adults in India and China are competing with our students for the most sought-after careers around the world. Education expert Tony Wagner has conducted scores of interviews with business leaders and observed hundreds of classes in some of the nations most highly regarded public schools. He discovered a profound disconnect between what potential employers are looking for in young people today (critical thinking skills, creativity, and effective communication) and what our schools are providing (passive learning environments and uninspired lesson plans that focus on test preparation and reward memorization). He explains how every American can work to overhaul our education system, and he shows us examples of dramatically different schools that teach all students new skills. In addition, through interviews with college graduates and people who work with them, Wagner discovers how teachers, parents, and employers can motivate the net generation to excellence. An education manifesto for the twenty-first century, The Global Achievement Gap is provocative and inspiring. It is essential reading for parents, educators, business leaders, policy-makers, and anyone interested in seeing our young people succeed as employees and citizens.

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