It is an educational movement found in many schools of the world. It involves:
Global perspectives are important at every grade level, in every subject area, and for all children, youth and adults.
GLOBAL EDUCATION includes such curricular areas as environmental studies, intercultural education, peace and conflict studies, development education, human rights studies, and democracy education. However, it is more than any one of these and its scope includes consideration of how such areas relate to each other and how they cut across national boundaries.
GLOBAL EDUCATION goes beyond facts and information. It comprises skills, attitudes and values through thematic, integrated, and multidisciplinary curricula. It involves active learning and the use of modern techniques of teaching, including multimedia approaches.