The first stop for a teacher interested in incorporating more global learning in the classroom is the Asia Society.Educating for Global Competence (pdf)is an essential text that highlights rationale, skills, and methods of global education.
Download clear, concise rubrics for assessing global competence from the EdSteps and the Asia Society here: A main Global Competence matrix highlights the components of understanding and acting on global issues. Content-specific rubrics also provide guidance for students and teachers in the areas of mathematics, science, social studies, language arts, world languages, and leadership.
World Savvy Classrooms Progam offers atoolkit of resources for teachers interested in integrating global competence. The project rubrics (pdf) they provide assess both content and skills, and could be modified for classroom use..
Fred Czarra’s Global Education Checklist (pdf) is a terrific starting point for schools, teachers, and communities to assess their current state of global competence. I have found it a useful tool to prioritize goals for my classroom and my school as we head towards increased competence.
For a quick introduction to global education for my school district, please visit the presentation I built for the TGC program: here