Global Citizenship Education Practices and Teacher Education: A Review of Literature

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Kumari Ekanayake
Mohd Shukri
Ali Khatibi
S. M. Ferdeous Azam

Abstract

Global Citizenship Education (GCE) is considered as the core purpose of education at all levels in this contemporary world by the global educational scholars. It is the education which focuses to generate empathetic world citizens with multiple coping skills, conducive to function instantly with the challenges and opportunities they encounter in the current world. This scenario demands innovations in teacher education to make the teachers competent in delivering such education to their students. This study intends to identify the relationship between global citizenship education and teacher education based on the literature review.

Keywords:
Teacher competence, pedagogies, innovation, 21st century skills.

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Ekanayake, K., Shukri, M., Khatibi, A., & Azam, S. M. F. (2020). Global Citizenship Education Practices and Teacher Education: A Review of Literature. Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science, 33(6), 36-47. https://doi.org/10.9734/jesbs/2020/v33i630234
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