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Helping Your Students Become Global Citizens

By Clare Maloney
 | Jun 15, 2017

Global CitizensTo help students grow into informed, socially aware global citizens, we must allow them to explore the different languages, traditions, and history behind cultures around the world through multicultural literature. We must also encourage students to think critically about leading social and political issues and connect them to resources that will give them better insight into these global concerns.

Read about how you can do all of these things, ultimately guiding your students to have a better understanding of the world around them.

Clare Maloney is a former intern at the International Literacy Association. She is currently seeking a BA in English from the University of Delaware

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