GLOBE is an educational model to facilitate global collaboration and creative learning methods inside and outside of the classroom. Join this discussion to discover ways to create new content, partner with faculty in other areas of knowledge and build lifelong learners. The objective of GLOBE is to:
Find Global Learning Opportunities that are useful to our courses or programs.
Build Bridges by connecting speakers, presenters, facilitators or influencers with courses or FSCJ programs, and
Produce Engagement by creating active and continuous collaboration.
In order to implement GLOBE it is necessary that professors, graduates, or interested students follow these steps:
identify their personal interests by doing an updated personal SWOT analysis. Once identified personal Strengths, personal potential Opportunities will show up.
Search for innovative educational models (i.e. Finland educational method) and creative content in specific areas of knowledge (i.e. Cold War impact in democracies and global business, Impact of Brexit in the US, museums, etc.). These are the Global Learning Opportunities to find.
Use emerging technologies to find new content and connections (Google Scholar, Google Earth, Mobile Apps). Start building Bridges.
Find real players to build Bridges of knowledge (local speakers, international speakers via Skype)
Match cases, speakers and content with current learning objectives of specific courses. (Be outside the textbook, classroom). More Bridges.
Create active collaboration by inviting guests to classes, show new videos, cases, and real examples of current decision makers, leaders, innovators, and problem solvers (i.e. similar to Writers Series, Bosnia list, Socrates Café, TEDx etc. Create continuous Engagement as part of our courses.
The final result is to create active collaboration and continuous engagement by inviting guests to classes, show new videos, cases, and real examples of current decision makers, leaders, innovators, and problem solvers as part of our courses.
GLOBE is a simple model that looks for creative and new content. It also allows professors to create new content and to collaborate with other professors in other areas of knowledge.
GLOBE motivates professors and students to be on the top of Bloom’s taxonomy pyramid by promoting critical thinking, collaboration, evaluation and analysis of cases, and bring creativity and innovation to a new level of lifelong learning. Learning is not about grades and courses, learning is about using new knowledge to have a better world. Be a Global Learner!
Global Learning Adventures in Oslo, Norway aboard Navigator of the Seas. We visited Nobel Peace Center and downtown Oslo. #visitpeace is the hashtag of the Center. FB: http://www.facebook.com/nobelpeacecenter. Instagram: @nobelpeaceoslo
This is one of the video clips we did during our #GlobalLearning2016 trip to Europe. All were filmed when we had a short opportunity to capture the action and the lessons to share.
Global Learning Adventures in Berlin. Brandenburg Gate and Berlin wall
The city of Berlin was divided by a wall between 1961 and 1989. Bricks on the streets show where the wall was located behind Brandenburg Gate. Lessons include Germany after WWII, Cold War, German Democratic Republic, the Fall of Berlin Wall, the Reunification of Germany, and role of Germany in European Union. #GlobalManagement #InternationalBusiness #GlobalStrategies
Our end-of-semester lecture for Spring 2016. Keep traveling and learning.
Global Learning Adventures are lessons learned while traveling to different countries. More than 40 countries and 40 years of Global Learning opportunities are used to enhance International Management and Technology Management Courses. Our Travel Lessons include topics in strategic management, global engagement, leadership, systems, cultures, politics, economies, projects, education, and the environment. This overview integrates all the areas that are covered in other Global Learning Adventures videos. The more we travel, the more we learn and the more we teach. #GlobalLearningAdventures