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Global Citizenship: A Stab in the Dark

I have recently been trying to deconstruct and analyze the notion of global citizenship, mostly as a tangential interest into some other research, but also in light on this omni-present commodification of education and attacks from neoliberal camps. 91 more words

The Safety of Air Travel

Just now, the news is reporting that there’s been another big plane crash this year. As in the previous incidents, they don’t know for sure what happened, but it looks like the plane went down over Mali, in the Sahara Desert of West Africa. 367 more words

Global Citizenship

Hacking Travel and Education

This weekend, I participated in my first hackathon, where adults get to do their own project-based learning. A hackathon is an event where web developers and designers compete to create new products in a limited amount of time. 976 more words

USA

Developing an Entrepreneurial spirit in your child: Tips for parents

1. Create leadership opportunities

Your children may not get the opportunity to be a leader at school so why not create your own leadership opportunities for them. 995 more words

Communication

The Power of Reflection: Niswarth Program Puts Praxis into Practice

Guest Blogger: Janine Ko

Purposefully reflecting on what we’ve learned helps us learn more effectively, according to a new report from HEC Paris, Harvard Business School, and the University of North Carolina.   1,457 more words

Why Global Citizenship Matters

Global citizenship is something we discuss with many different views. For those we have decided to open up their minds to the world globally, we strongly encourage others to experience different cultures and to travel abroad. 588 more words

Teach For Australia - Our Stories – Building Global Citizenship in Rural Victoria: Can it be done?

In moving to rural Victoria to teach this year, I was excited to embrace a new community, completely different to my own. Having grown up in suburban Melbourne, I was exposed to a traditional city-based lifestyle, which continued as I studied at university in inner-Melbourne. 33 more words

Economics