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by Vincent Ani (2023-08-02)

Globalization has undeniably had a significant impact on the construction of textbooks for the mother tongue subject in Danish upper secondary schools. With globalization, there has been an increased emphasis on multiculturalism and diversity in educational materials. This shift has led to the inclusion of more global perspectives and diverse content in textbooks, enriching students' understanding of the world and fostering a sense of global citizenship. Furthermore, globalization has facilitated the exchange of ideas and pedagogical methods, allowing Danish educators to incorporate innovative approaches into textbook design. Overall, the impact of globalization on textbook construction in the mother tongue subject is instrumental in preparing students for an interconnected world. With this perspective we have initiated online e-learning, using attractive 2D and 3D animation, explainer video and whiteboard learning. Check out portfolio at Let's not restrict ourselves with mode of learning.

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