Global Perspectives

Some articles on global, global perspectives:

John Bersia
... Bersia, a Pulitzer Prize winner in 2000, is a global educator and commentator ... as Special Assistant to the President for Global Perspectives, as Director of the Global Perspectives Office and as a University Professor at the University of Central Florida ... He is also the Executive Producer and host of the weekly "Global Perspectives Show" on WUCF-TV/PBS, and writes on foreign affairs ...
Innisdale Secondary School - Special Courses - Global Perspectives
... In Global Perspectives, Grade 11 students broaden their understanding of the world around them while learning in a unique classroom environment ... The daily life of a global student is similar in nature to an elementary school student, whereas 28 students spend each day together in a single classroom ... Many Global Graduates Frequently hold reunions, often at later Global presentations, such as the "Global Presents" presentation before their departure to Germany ...
Richmond Secondary School - Curriculum and Notable Programs - Global Perspectives Program
... Richmond Secondary offers the Global Perspectives Program for Grade 12 students ... Founded by former RHS teacher Ken Lorenz in 1995, the Global Perspectives course is a program where students embark on humanitarian trips to provide aid for those in developing countries ... The Global Perspectives team of 2012/2013 will be assisting the Samoa government to repair damages caused by the 2009 Samoa earthquake ...
Cambridge Pre-U - Grading
... Principal Subjects, the Independent Research Project, and the Global Perspectives portfolio ... The Independent Research Project and the Global Perspectives portfolio are each worth exactly half of a Principal Subject thus, their aggregate forms the ... of 96 overall each Principal Subject is graded out of 24, and both Global Perspectives and the Independent Research Report are graded out of 12 each ...

Famous quotes containing the word global:

    The Sage of Toronto ... spent several decades marveling at the numerous freedoms created by a “global village” instantly and effortlessly accessible to all. Villages, unlike towns, have always been ruled by conformism, isolation, petty surveillance, boredom and repetitive malicious gossip about the same families. Which is a precise enough description of the global spectacle’s present vulgarity.
    Guy Debord (b. 1931)