Tichnor-Wagner, A. (2019). Globally competent educational leadership: A framework for leading schools in a diverse, interconnected world. ASCD.
The article discusses the economic, technological, demographic, and other societal trends which make it important for schools to prepare students for the workforce with an appreciation of diverse perspectives and cultures; knowledge of conditions, cultures, and events in their own communities and around the world; and an ability to communicate, collaborate, and problem solve with people from diverse backgrounds and in various settings.
Martin, S., Jahani, S., & Rosenblatt, K. (2016). Educating young women to be global leaders: A model. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary & Nonprofit Organizations, 27(3), 1494–1511.
This article discusses the survey results of a study which was conducted to ascertain the knowledge, perceptions, and opinions of the participants who were university students from various schools of study who demonstrated leadership qualities. The intent of the study was to gather initial data on the value of The World Academy for the Future of Women (WAFW) leadership preparation program for educating young women to be global leaders.
Bamber, P. (Ed.). (2019). Teacher education for sustainable development and global citizenship : Critical perspectives on values, curriculum and assessment (1st ed.). Routledge.
Read Chapter 8: Engaging Critical Scholarship in Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship.
This chapter critiques Global Citizenship Education and Education for Sustainable Development. The authors propose a checklist that could support ethical global issues pedagogy.