Teacher Skills
ELEMENT Nascent Beginning Progressing Proficient Advanced
12. Develop and use appropriate methods of inquiry to assess students’ global competence development I am not yet familiar with how to assess students? global competence development. I am familiar with resources to assess students’ global competence development. I develop and use appropriate assessments of students’ global competence development. I can provide students feedback and analyze students’ global competence development. I develop and use frequent, authentic, and differentiated assessments of students’ global competence development. I can provide students with constructive feedback and analyze students’ performance to inform subsequent instruction. I guide students to evaluate their own global competence development.

Source: The Globally Competent Teaching Continuum was originally developed in 2014 by J. M. Cain, J. Glazier, H. Parkhouse, and A. Tichnor-Wagner at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Beginning/Progressing

ASCD Reading

How to Create and Use Rubrics for Formative Assessment and Grading

Classroom Demo Videos

7th Grade Social Studies: Hypothetical Global Conflicts

1st Grade English Language Arts/Social Studies: Culture

Lesson Plan

Hypothetical Global Conflicts (PDF)
Suggested grade level: 6–>12
Subject: Social Studies
Description: Students explore conflict resolution and peacekeeping techniques.

Classroom Resource

OECD PISA Global Competence Assessment
Suggested grade level: 9–12
Subject: All
Cost: Free
Description: This brochure describes the OECD's proposal for the PISA 2018 Global Competence assessment and includes example question items.

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Proficient

ASCD Reading

Becoming a Better Teacher, Chapter 4. Authentic Assessment

Classroom Demo Videos

1st Grade ESL: Rainforests

6th Grade English Language Arts: World Literature

Classroom Resource

Asia Society: Global Performance Outcomes (PDF)
Suggested grade level: 5, 8, 10, and 12
Subject: Global Leadership, English Language Arts, History, Social Studies, Math, Science, Arts, World Languages
Cost: Free
Description: Teachers of all subject areas can use this rubric-based performance assessment to assess students’ competence on a range of subject-specific global competence standards.

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Advanced

Classroom Demo Video

7th Grade Social Studies: Overpopulation

Lesson Plan

Overpopulation (PDF)
Suggested grade level: 5–12
Subject: Social Studies, World History, U.S. History
Description: Students consider how overpopulation will affect them and what push/pull factors affect where people live.

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