Here you will find links to three different resources for assessing global competency. I believe the first link should be the primary focus for anyone from my current school because it provides a useful checklist for getting started with teaching for global competency.
- Checklist for Teaching for Global Competence: click this title to download a PDF of the guide developed by John Stanford International School in Seattle, Washington. This guide begins with useful questions to make one think about how to globalize units, lessons, and/or projects.
- Global Competency Matrix: this is part of the Asia Society's text on global competence. This matrix does a great job outlining what students should be able to demonstrate in each content area based on the four main competencies of investigating the world, recognizing perspectives, communicating ideas, and taking action.
- Global Education Checklist: This is a great resource for evaluating the current state of global education at one's school. It can also be a great tool to refer back to year after year to demonstrate growth.