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- DescriptionA groundbreaking roadmap for improving global literacy and conflict-resolution skills in middle and high schools across the United States In Raising Global IQ, Carl Hobert calls on K 12 teachers, administrators, parents, and students alike to transform the educational system by giving students the tools they need to become responsible citizens in a shrinking, increasingly interdependent world. Drawing on his nearly thirty years teaching, developingcurricula, and leading conflict-resolution workshops here and around the world, he offers creative, well-tested, and understandable pedagogical ideas to help improve our children s GIQ Global Intelligence Quotient. Cognizant of many U.S. schools limited budgets and time, Hobert advocates teaching foreign languages early in life, honing students conflict-resolution skills, providing creative-service learning opportunities, and offering cultural-exchange possibilities in students own communities, as well as nationally and abroad all before they graduate from high school.
- Author BiographyCarl F. Hobert is a clinical instructor in the Boston University School of Education. He alsoheads the Axis of Hope Center for International Conflict Management and Prevention, a Boston-based nonprofit organization that offers conflict-resolution simulation workshops for both students and educators in middle and high schools around the world. In this capacity, he lectures worldwide and hosts workshops for students and educators. Hobert earned a master s in law and diplomacy from the Tufts Fletcher School. He lives in Wayland, Massachusetts.
- Author(s)Carl Hobert
- PublisherBeacon Press
- Date of Publication07/01/2014
- SubjectEducation & Teaching
- Place of PublicationBoston, MA
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintBeacon Press
- Weight295 g
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Spine15 mm
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