Exploring Global Learning

by Office of the Provost

Workshop North Star Think Big

Mon, Oct 19, 2020 12:00 AM –

Thu, Oct 29, 2020 4:00 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Learn about the world’s most pressing problems via this deep dive into identity, community, ethics, critical thinking and perspective-taking. Interrogate how local and global communities are impacted by current actions and events. Expand your sense of personal and social responsibility while gaining knowledge, skills and perspectives on the world around you. 

Through activities, readings, reflections and workshops you will gain an appreciation of global systems. As defined by the AAC&U’s (American Association of Colleges and Universities) VALUE rubric, “Global Learning is the critical analysis of and engagement with interdependent global systems and legacies, as well as an understanding of their implications for people’s lives and earth’s sustainability” In this three-week series, we will explore that and more and emerge better citizens of the world--without ever leaving the comfort of your computer.


Monday, Oct. 19: Access to Canvas for Pre-reading
Thursday, Oct. 15, 3pm EST
Thursday, Oct. 22, 3pm EST
Thursday, Oct. 29, 3pm EST


For more information, contact Cami Ross, Angela Miller and Autumn Beechler Stebing at studyabroad@case.edu.

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