EDUO 9346: Thriving in an Interconnected World

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Global competence has never been more important. The world is experiencing ongoing environmental vulnerabilities, racial inequalities, and an exploding digital revolution. For our students to engage in this world, they must be able to understand the perspectives of others, effectively interact across cultures, and take action towards the collective well-being of society. Learn the key skills K-12 students need to thrive in our interconnected world and how to integrate global competence into your curriculum, instruction, and assessments.

Required Text: Thriving in an Interconnected World requires one book entitled, Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Students to Engage in the World (2nd Edition) by Veronica Boix Mansilla and Anthony W. Jackson. This book must be purchased separately and can be found by clicking here.

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Ryan Pickett

B.A., M.S. in Counseling Clinical School Psychology

K-12 School Psychologist 20+ years.

Collegiate Professional Development Coordinator, Developer, and Instructor 16+.

"I take pride in helping educators enhance student learning while bringing passion into their classrooms."

Ryan loves spending time with family and friends, especially outdoors. His favorite activities include snowboarding, golf, and hiking.