EDU 8225 Culture & Globalization in 21st Century Teaching & Learning Papers
In this discussion, you will examine the relationship between culture and globalization. Prior to completing this discussion read Kumi-Yeboah & James (2011).
Initial Post: Create an initial response that addresses the following:
Part 1: Research
- Locate three scholarly sources that address the relationship between culture and the globalization in the 21st century in teaching and learning.
- Provide the full APA citation of each sources
- Provide a summary, between 75 and 125 words, for each source.
Part 2: Reflect
Answer the following questions:
- Why is it important to become a more culturally proficient leader in the face of globalization in the 21st century?
Guided Response: Post responses to at least two classmates. In your response, reflect on your classmates responses. Questions you might consider in your response include:
- What does it mean to be culturally proficient?
- What relationship exists between culture and globalization?
- Do your classmates provide sufficient support to illustrate the importance of being a culturally proficient leader in the face of globalization in the 21st century? (350)
- Then I need a relple to this
- Mitry, D. J. (2008). Using Cultural Diversity in Teaching Economics: Global Business Implications. Journal of Education for Business, 84(2), 8489. https://doi-org.proxy-library.ashford.edu/10.3200/…In this research article, the researcher focuses on using cultural diversity to increase participation in the learning environments. The researchers also examine how fostering diversity can enhance the learning environments where all learners can participate in the learning discussion. According to Mirty (2008), A student’s understanding of nonprice determinants is greatly enhanced when the discussion of how cultural differences may affect the parameters of the models are included. When students are included in the learning discussion, they are inclined to share their personal experiences to help make connections to learning. Teachers and instructors must create a learning atmosphere where students feel comfortable sharing their personal experiences.Hrehová, D., & Se?ová, A. (2019). The Intercultural Competence More Valuable Than Ever Before. Proceedings of the Multidisciplinary Academic Conference, 229237.This research article focuses on Intercultural Competencies and their values in the world around us. This article not only looks are cultural competencies in the classroom, but also evaluates intercultural competencies in the work environment as well. Intercultural, or cross-cultural, competence is a crucial skill-set in today’s global workplace where employees are more likely to interact with co-workers, vendors, or customers from different cultures and countries (Hrehova & Senova, 2019). Being culturally aware of your surrounding is important. Students and faculty will come across different individuals for diverse backgrounds in every aspect of their lives, whether it is in the grocery store, school, work, their community, or even in the mall. It is important to respect and acknowledge other cultural norms. Markey, K., Sackey, M. E., & Oppong-Gyan, R. (2020). Maximizing intercultural learning opportunities: learning with, from, and about students from different cultures. British Journal of Nursing, 29(18), 10741077. https://doi-org.proxy-library.ashford.edu/10.12968/bjon.2020.29.18.1074 (Links to an external site.)Within this article, the researcher examines the relationship between nursing students and maximizing their relationship with their patients. In order to grow through diversity, students must be able to maximize their relationships with their patients while understanding that there are different cultural barriers including language barriers that can make impede learning. Students need to appreciate the importance of intercultural competence development as a means of developing the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to work in culturally diverse healthcare settings (Markey, Sackey, & Oppong-Gyan, ). As students transition to different areas of their careers after graduation, they will be working with a diverse population of people. It is imperative to understand and respect the culture of others. Why is it important to become a more culturally proficient leader in the face of globalization in the 21st century?As a leader, it is imperative to become culturally proficient. You will interact with different individuals from diverse backgrounds on a daily basis, as a leader, you are expected to lead by example. Effective modeling and respect for other cultural norms and beliefs while promoting positive guidance for the students and employees that you lead. As a leader in the classroom, you have the most impact on a student’s academic achievement. The Cultural Proficiency Framework requires human resource administrators to look for change from within (Casey & Welborn, 2020). As leaders make changes within themselves, this will promote change in other employees in the learning environment as well. ReferenceCasey, T., & Welborn, J. (2020). Cultural Proficiency as an advocacy tool to build a diverse workforce: Students must see themselves in their teachers and administrators, not exclusively in support staff. Leadership, 49(4), 1216. (200 words)