DOI: https://doi.org/10.9744/kata.1.1.57-61

GLOBAL EDUCATION: WHAT TEACHERS CAN DO IN THE CLASSROOMS

Julia Eka Rini

Abstract


This article will give examples of what teachers of second language can do to implement global education, especially peace and environmental education in the classrooms in university level. This is an attempt to give a new meaning to the same materials used in the classrooms. Besides enabling the students to acquire and use a second language, teachers can make the students aware of the importance of environment. Moreover, teachers can initiate to spread peace in the small world of a classroom and a chain reaction is expected to happen from this small world to the bigger world outside the classroom. The skill and content courses used as examples here are taken from the ones used at English Department at Petra Christian University.

Keywords


Global education, peace education, environmental education, global issues/ problems, foreign/second language teaching/teachers, students, world citizens, classroom, skill courses, content courses.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.9744/kata.1.1.57-61



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