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Systemic Education in the Global Age


These days we live in a society which is ever becoming essentially globalized and fundamentally affected by both decisions made irrespective of our will and events that take place far from us. Consequently, we are constantly under the pressure of global, cultural, social, economic, technological, and environmental tendencies and changes which come about very rapidly. Therefore, it is our duty and that of the entire society to increase students’ ability to think systemically in order that they could be able to face this ever globalizing world, think constructively of their future and the role they will play to shape it, and learn from the past systemic education has found application in all ields of science. It is related to the names of two professors, Fahmy dhe Lagowski, who gave a global vision to the science of education, which constitutes one of the most signiicant characteristics of globalism. 

The general strategy of systemic education has been based on the collection, systematization and presentation of the map of concepts through the interactive system which all who study resort to in order that they could clarify their concepts and issues. This way of thinking constitutes one of the most important characteristics of globalism because it increases student ability to ind the main solution to the problem. In this way students’ capacity to
think systemically is improved and their creativity is increased.


Systemic Education; Systemic Approach; Linear Approach


Suzana B. Golemi & Rajmonda Keçira

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