Introduction to the Global Citizens Course.
With the expanding trend of globalization and integration, students’ lifestyles will no longer be restricted to the borders of a nation but will require them to study, keep living, and compete with other students and citizens from all over the globe.
As a result, one of the prerequisites nowadays is to educate Global Citizens who would be bold, confident, and experienced in all professions. In addition to being proficient in English, information technology, and cultural knowledge of other nations, students must possess a Global Mindset, which allows them to be acutely aware of the intricacies of the globalization era.
- Help students in integrating and surviving in the 4.0 era.
- Emphasis on practice and application.
- Training in mindset and global knowledge.
- Foreign language integration and consolidation
- Develop critical thinking; creativity, negotiating, and communications skills.
- Participate in social activities and contribute to making the world a better place.
Contents of the Course
- Chapter 1: Introduction to the Global Citizens.
- Chapter 2: A global citizen’s survival skills.
- Chapter 3: Preparations for a global citizen.
- Chapter 4: Global mindset and knowledge.
- Chapter 5: Digital skills and practice.
- Chapter 6: Mentor – Mentee.
- Chapter 7: Ready for Integration.
- Chapter 8: Foreign languages – The foundation for developing and learning.
- Chapter 9: Critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
- Chapter 10: Communication, creativity, and cooperation skills.
- Chapter 11: Mentor – Mentee – Instructor.
- Chapter 12: Open world – Unlimited borders.
- Chapter 13: Social activities – Constructing a better world.
- Chapter 14: Multinational corporations – Integration.
- Proactive learning is based on the practice of asking questions regarding topics of the learners’ interest.
- The mentor performs as a questioner, encouraging mentees to respond.
- Apply and practice in mentees’ lives.
- Feedback and negotiation.
- Express views and opinions.
- Stimulate creativity in mentees with games, provoking questions, etc.
- The mentees are the ones that engage in the experience and draw their own lessons.
Interest and Debate Topic by Young Generations
As a global citizen, SMENTOR directs young learners to care for and understand the United Nations’ sustainable development objectives and principles. Young learners must express their opinions, participate in debates, and provide solutions to current real-world problems.
2 Hunger eradication.
3 Healthy life.
4 Quality of education.
5 Gender equality.
6 Clean water and sanitation.
7 Clean and sustainable energy.
8 Behaving jobs and economic growth.
9 Industry, innovation, and infrastructure.
10 Reduce inequality.
11 Sustainable cities and communities.
12 Responsible consumption and production.
13 Action to respond to climate change.
14 Water Resources.
15 Land Resources.
16 Peace, equity, and institutional frameworks.
17 Collaboration and goal attainment.