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Teaching and Globalization

@article{Sahlberg2004TeachingAG,
  title={Teaching and Globalization},
  author={Pasi Sahlberg},
  journal={Managing global transitions},
  year={2004},
  volume={2},
  pages={65-83}
}
  • P. Sahlberg
  • Published 2004
  • Education
  • Managing global transitions
Globalization is typically understood as an economic, political and cultural process that is reshaping the role of many nation-states in relation to global markets, agreements, and traditions. Recently it has become frequently analyzed in the context of education. However, there is surprisingly little work done on the pedagogical implications of globalization on teaching and learning other than shifting the emphasis from traditional subjects to information and communication technology and… 
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