A timely set of essays from key thinkers from the Great Transition Initiative (GTI).

The times call for pedagogies that cultivate integrated knowledge and global citizenship, yet we continue to educate for a world we don’t want. In the long term, we need educational systems aligned with new imperatives, while in the near term offering innovative curricula and teaching within existing systems. The forward-looking educators on this Forum’s panels — Frameworks and Practices — probe each of these fronts.

Part 1 – Frameworks

Part 2 – Practices

About The Great Transition Initiative (GTI)

The Great Transition Initiative is an online forum of ideas and an international network for the critical exploration of concepts, strategies, and visions for a transition to a future of enriched lives, human solidarity, and a resilient biosphere. By enhancing scholarly discourse and public awareness of possibilities arising from converging social, economic, and environmental crises, and by fostering a broad network of thinkers and doers, it aims to contribute to a new praxis for global transformation.

Correspondingly, GTI maintains a cosmopolitan outlook that is attuned to critical questions of scale and the ways nested systems operate across global, regional, and local levels. It gives voice to diverse contributors motivated by both ethical and pragmatic concerns about the need for revised ways of thinking, learning, acting, and being. It aims to deepen understanding of values and cultural dimensions of global change, along with social, economic, political, and scientific aspects of a Great Transition.

This article originally appeared on the website of CRI (member of the Global MOOC Alliance) at https://news.cri-paris.org/news/NqaLioQd

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