1. How does 21st century globalization of education differ from traditional concepts of international education? Explain. Does globalization require a change in the breadth and depth of study necessary to address divergent global perspectives in teaching and learning? Why or why not?
2. Consider a framework that synthesizes the notions of cultural literacy and global awareness into an overall model of global literacy. How do successful teaching and learning appear in this framework? Justify your position with support from the empirical research.
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