Global Citizenship

Global Citizenship Competencies


Graduation Proficiencies Global Citizenship
  1. Students make sense of the world around them through questioning.
  2. Students analyze information to develop reasonable explanations that support inquiry.
  3. Students communicate in ways that foster the exchange of ideas in a democratic society.
HISTORY Students use historical inquiry, including the use of primary and secondary sources, to gather information about the past that will help them make sense of the present and decisions about the future.
GEOGRAPHY Students propose solutions to local and world issues by using geographic tools to analyze data and examine cultural information.
CIVICS, GOVERNMENT & SOCIETY Students act as citizens by understanding how governments function and by exercising their rights and responsibilities within their current societal structure(s).
ECONOMICS Students make economic decisions through their understanding of the interaction between humans, the environment, government, and the economy.
  1. Students show skill development in various forms of non-native language communication.
  2. Students demonstrate understanding of customs, beliefs, cultural differences, and traditions worldwide.
  3. Students access new information through using a non-native language and experiencing its culture.
  4. Students demonstrate understanding of the nature of language through comparisons of the language studied and their own.
  5. Students show understanding of how language and cultural knowledge influences their lives.