Global Assessment Tools
Checklist for Teaching for Global Competence (Asia Society)
Pages 71 – 75 Provides a checklist for teaching global competencies, followed by examples of performances on global competence. You can use these to assess the presence of global competencies in your unit.
Understanding Global Competencies by Subject Area (Asia Society)
Pages 101-108 Global competencies are arranged in a general matrix and in each subject area in Arts, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and World Languages. The competencies include: investigate the world, recognize perspectives, communicate ideas, and take action. The Global Competence Matrix was created as part of the Council of Chief State School Officers’ EdSteps Project in partnership with the Asia Society Partnership for Global Learning.
Education for Global Citizenship: A Guide for Schools
Oxfam provides schools with a framework for developing global citizenship through classroom activities and case studies of good practice.
Global Education Checklist
This checklist is a tool that teachers, curriculum developers, school administrators and systems, and state education agency staff can use to evaluate their work within the area of global/international education. The rubric is a tool for assessing the status of student global awareness. The premise here is that the study of the world can be divided into three main themes: global issues, global culture, and global connections; and these themes cross all academic disciplines. Fred Czarra authored this article which appeared in The American Forum for Global Education's "Issues in Global Education" No. 173, 2002-2003.
Global Awareness Rubric: Profile of a Globally Aware Student
This rubric provides a profile for assessing the global awareness of students and a rubric for a continuum of progress It was created by Metiri Group cooperation with NCREL, provides a profile for globally aware students and a rubric for a continuum of progress.
National Standards for Quality Online Teaching
iNACOL: International Association for K-12 Online Learning created the as a tool to help a school to assess its use of technology within the education of its students.
Editable Rubrics for Assessing Student Learning, Collaboration and Citizenship
Quantitative Reasoning (Math)
Literacy(Writing and Presentation)
Global Consciousness and Citizenship