Posted Nov 24, 2022 |  by Asia Society and OECD

Students gain global competence by practicing skills developed in the classroom and applying their learning to real-world topics. In this joint publication, the Asia Society and OECD provide practical guidance and examples of how educators can embed global competence into their curricula, instruction, and assessments. It finds that educating... Read More

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