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CGA's ground-breaking books feature a lively and original interpretation of global topics that integrate a unique holistic approach and global perspective.
Human Rights: Towards a Global Values System
Many obstacles obstruct the path to the implementation of universal human rights, but through the work of social movements, activists and organizations this worthy goal can be realized. Dr. Denise R. Ames. $17.95! (e-reader $14.50)
Waves of Global Change: A Holistic World History, Second Edition
From the big bang to the present, this "big picture" approach organizes the overarching development of humans into five major transformations called waves. With an updated chapter 8, The Global Wave. Dr. Denise R. Ames.
$34.95 now $22.95! (e-reader $18.95)
Waves of Global Change: An Educator's Handbook for Teaching a Holistic World History
Explains the principles of a holistic world history model for educators to use in the classroom. Dr. Denise R. Ames
$17.95 now $14.95 (e-reader $11.95)
International Folktales: For English Language Learners
Folktales from different cultures can add spice to classrooms. Nancy W. Harmon
$12.95 now $10.95 (e-reader $8.95)
The Global Economy: Connecting the Roots of A Holistic System
Gives a realistic portrayal of the relationship of the global economy to society and the environment from a holistic perspective. Dr. Denise R. Ames
$24.95 now $19.95 (e-reader $15.95)
Financial Literacy: Wall Street and How it Works
Explains the growth of the financial sector, its concentration of wealth, political influence, and contribution to economic inequality. Dr. Denise R. Ames
$18.95 now $15.95 (e-reader $12.95)
Connecting the Roots of the Global Economy: A Holistic Approach, Brief Edition
Offers an alternative and understandable approach that gives a realistic portrayal of the relationship of the global economy to society and the environment from a holistic perspective. Dr. Denise R. Ames
$19.95 now $16.95 (e-reader $13.95)
CGA has thoughtfully designed leading-edge professional services - professional development, workshops, lectures, seminars, and keynotes - to engage educators, students, or the general public.
Educators Denise Ames and Nancy Harmon have a life-long passion for learning and teaching. This has inspired them to create and offer a diverse array of professional services on the topics of a holistic world history, the global economy, global education, global issues, cultural awareness, worldviews, and global awareness. These services are for educators, students, and the general public.
CGA's thought-provoking and FREE resources offer an alternative interpretation of timely global topics for students grades 9-university.
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Featured Lesson Plans: Bhutan's Commitment to Gross National Happiness Click here
The Korean Wave: Is South Korea Creating a Model for the 21st Century? Click here
Bahrain, UAE, and Qatar: Summaries of Ten Significant Topics Click here
Korean Pop Culture: Entertainment for a Globalized World Click here
Global Awareness News
Joan Brodsky Schur, co-author with Denise Ames of the Middle East Lesson Plan, has just published an article in Euro Clio (European Assoc. of History Educators), A Historical Memory: Thinking Critically about Museums and Monuments with Students. Great for educators!
New Free Global Lesson Plan:
Korean Pop Culture: Entertainment for a Globalized World
Global Awareness Blog
Global Awareness June 2016 Newsletter
New Book Launched!
After eight years of development, I am thrilled to present the newest addition to CGA's book series. Human Rights: Towards a Global Values System provides an overview of critical human rights debates and issues today and in the past. While the idea of human rights is not a universally agreed upon concept, my aim in this book is to explain, encourage and support an expanded notion of human rights as a universal values system for all global citizens to embrace. This expanded notion of human rights is not just a modern or Western concept; it has broad and deep historical roots that span diverse cultures, societies, and nations throughout the world. Read featured excerpts on our blog.