An Analysis on Increasingly Global Manifestation of Education: A Study of Views of Faculty and Scholars of HEIS of Pakistan

Munazza Ambreen Saima Iram


Globalization has created the need for global citizens that have a keen awareness of the political, economic, social, and environmental concerns of our time (Bonk 2009). Rapid advancements in technology have made for profound paradigm shifts in almost every arena especially in education. The notion of global citizenship can took place as a result of both global education and the globalization of education in developing an international curriculum standard (Spring 2009). Purposes of this study were: (i). to investigate the demands of education as a business in response to globalization. (ii). to highlight the role of civil society and international organizations in the expansion of global education. (iii). to find the role of global pedagogy and curriculum in the globalization of education and global citizenship. The study was delimited to Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad. Population of the study was consisting of teachers and students.05 teachers of department of teacher education and 50 students of PhD were taken as a sample. The mixed method approach was used for this study. A questionnaire was used as research tool for the both population. Collected data were analyzed through SPSS by running frequencies, mean score, percentage and standard deviation. The main findings of the study revealed that global education through a business perspective, both for-profit and not-for-profit affects at the individual, local community, national government, and international organization level.  With the help of new technologies, we see increased interaction between these realms, fostering new partnerships, initiatives, and standards. The clear advantage to involve organizations is that learners can experience new and better types of communication and interaction. The role of global pedagogy and curriculum is largely accepted goal for global education to help students develop an understanding of the interdependence. It was recommended that schools and institutions of higher education should work to provide students with increasingly global perspectives while teaching those highly desirable 21st century skills.

Keywords: Globalization, global education, expansion, pedagogy

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