Skills: Develop and use appropriate methods of inquiry to assess students' global competence development
Globally competent teachers develop and use appropriate methods of inquiry to assess students' global competence development. They regularly use a mixture of authentic formal and informal assessments (e.g., classroom checklists, project rubrics, portfolios) to provide students with feedback and inform their own globally oriented instruction. To find resources that will help you move along the continuum for this element, click on the description for the level that is the next one higher than how you rated yourself.
|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.
Classroom Demo Videos
Hypothetical Global Conflicts (PDF)
Suggested grade level: 6–>12
Subject: Social Studies
Description: Students explore conflict resolution and peacekeeping techniques.
OECD PISA Global Competence Assessment
Suggested grade level: 9–12
Description: This brochure describes the OECD's proposal for the PISA 2018 Global Competence assessment and includes example question items.
Classroom Demo Videos
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
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.
Classroom Demo Video
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.