I wonder if you may be interested in learning about Hodges' knowledge domains model as a means to further policy, leadership, the curriculum and engaging students - as a reflective resource?
Although developed in health and social care education the model can be used universally. It is also useful to represent and debate socio-technical aspects of projects and negotiating.
A presentation would explain the model's history, formulation, structure, content and applications. Including why this model can serve the global education community. The model is free to use, easily learned and supports lifelong learning. The objectives of global health are also an excellent means to further the global education agenda - they are, should be - partners. There is a (dated) website and blog:
I'm looking to learn more myself using Skype and other tools, and collaborate in writing and support people interested in using the model.
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