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World Savvy is pleased to announce the Spring 2 GCC course list. 

Sustainability & Environment -This course explores a contemporary ‘state of the planet’ across ecological concerns, including global climate change, desertification, species extinction, food crises, water quality and shortages, infectious diseases, and storm mitigation. Educators will then weigh environmental costs against the demands of societal development.

Inquiry-Based Learning for Global Competence -Participants will consider various approaches to inquiry, both for their own global competency but also for guiding students in the development of their global awareness

See full course descriptions HERE

Global Competence Certificate (GCC) courses are designed specifically for in-service educators who are interested in embedding global learning into their teaching practice, and preparing their students for the global reality beyond the classroom.

Courses last for 8 weeks (March 5- April 29) and participants should be prepared to devote approximately 6 hours per course per week to coursework. There are 4-6 online class meetings during each course and these meetings generally are scheduled for 1.5 hours on weeknights between 6pm and 10pm Eastern time.

Registration closes February 20th. 

For more information contact Connie Rensink at connie@worldsavvy.org 

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