December 1, 2012

Article: Multiple Perspectives in an International Classroom


The ability to weigh multiple perspectives—from different schools of thought cultures, or individual viewpoints—is one of the most important skills in the global innovation economy. [Columnist Anthony Jackson] asked Susanna Pierce, a teacher in an international school in Spain (and formerly of the International School of the Americas in San Antonio, Texas) to share how she teaches the weighing of perspectives using the most important assets in her classroom: her students. Although an international school setting provides many different cultural perspectives, [Mr. Jackson] thinks most of you will find perspectives to be just as varied in the American classroom.

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