Get Beyond Learning By Giovane Batista


Education in a Globalized Society

History has proven that despite wars and economic crisis, there are few pieces of evidence that the advance of globalization has led to unemployment in advanced industrial societies. Authors such as David Brooks and Thomas Friedmann argue that the globalization “is the primary process driving our acts.” At first, the phenomenon of globalization can be understood as a multidimensional trend, with each aspect; economic, educational,  military, cultural, technological, political and environmental, requiring particular attention. The first manifestation against the risks of globalization was during the financial crisis in Mexico in 1982 that spread to other countries. Blaming globalization was a...