Globalization and Education for All - The Challenge of XXI Century

Jani Sota


Recently more and more talk about "globalization" with loads of semasiological variety: mainly economic but also cultural. Many perceive it as a significant progress, others as an undisputed threat. However, despite the euphoria that faces this phenomenon, globalization is an evolving process. Fact remains that this is a progressive development of economic, scientific, political, and cultural of all peoples of our planet has turned it into a big city with many differences, in particular in education and educational activities. In this paper, we will try to illuminate fundamental issues as: a) understanding notion of globalization in relation to both pedagogical principles in the field: the integrity and completeness; b) elements of globalization, as a necessary process and development factor and c) "Education for all" challenges for the XXI century. The content of global education in the scientific publication is given analytical processing, linking globalization in education with the development of democracy and human rights, global ethics, the influence of European norms, standards and the global world, the impact of European and world norms and standards, as well as the penetration of global civic cultural elements.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n2p93

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