Presents case studies which illustrate how internationally experienced persons contribute to the curriculum in their schools. Wilson examines how school systems, teacher education programmes, and communities can co-operate in efforts to provide social education with a global perspective.In a first grade classroom, a teacher points out a Spanish-speaking student who had been the baby of the class but has ... but Ia#39;ve been learning very simple Spanish so it sounds like Ia#39;m talking primitive to him because he can say a#39;Hello.
|Title||:||The Meaning of International Experience for Schools|
|Author||:||Angene Hopkins Wilson|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1993-01-01|