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From Global to Transcultural Competence
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From Global to Transcultural Competence

Derived Findings for Transcultural Competence from the Global Competence Assessment by PISA

38 pages · 7.65 EUR
(30. Oktober 2019)

 
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From the introduction:

The research method employed for this work was a comprehensive analysis of the PISA GC framework and assessment combined with insights from qualitative interviews and discussions with different experts in the fields of ICC and GC. The analysis of the PISA GC assessment and previous works on TC and TCC at Zeppelin University’s Leadership Excellence Institute (LEIZ) were the starting points of this research. Furthermore, the research is connected to the experiences gained at the AFS “Global Competence: Our Future, Our Responsibility” conference in September 2018. The research was guided by the question as to what findings can be derived from the analysis of GC, as applied by PISA, with regard to the conceptualization and assessment of TCC.


From the conclusion:

As the analysis has shown there are several findings that can be derived from the PISA GC framework and assessment for TCC. Youth is the crucial stage to initiate a social learning process and following the message of the “future of jobs” report of 2018, the way schools and education systems respond to growing economic interdependence, cultural divides, new digital opportunities and increasing calls for sustainability will have a significant impact on the well-being of all members of the communities they serve.


quotable essay from ...
Transcultural Leadership and Transcultural Competence
Josef Wieland, Julika Baumann Montecinos (eds.):
Transcultural Leadership and Transcultural Competence
the author
Tobias Grünfelder

is a research fellow and doctoral candidate at the Chair of Institutional Economics – Organizational Governance, Integrity Management & Transcultural Leadership at Zeppelin University, Germany. He earned his Master of Arts degree in Politics, Administration and International Relations from Zeppelin University, Germany, and his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Economics from the University of Bayreuth, Germany.