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Shelley Hasinoff and David Mandzuk

” (p. 15). It is telling that a military acronym VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity) has been widely adopted by institutions, businesses, and organizations to capture the notion that disruption is not only an expected feature of organizational life but also presents unexpected

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Shelley Hasinoff and David Mandzuk

relevant distinction between “getting by” and “getting ahead.” Bonding social capital involves trust and reciprocity in closed networks and helps the process of getting by in life on a daily basis. Getting ahead, in contrast, is facilitated through the crosscutting ties that take the form of bridging

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The New Roles for Twenty-First-Century Teachers

Facilitator, Knowledge Broker, and Pedagogical Weaver

Wing On Lee and Jennifer Pei-Ling Tan

Life and Career Skills Living in the World Acting Autonomously   7. Flexibility and adaptability 8. Initiative and self-direction 9. Social and cross cultural skills 10. Productivity and accountability 11. Leadership and responsibility 8. Citizenship (local and global) 9. Life and career

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Lauren Stephenson, Barbara Harold and Rashida Badri

in the context is an understanding of the Islamic roots that underpin the participants’ world view. Islam is inextricably interwoven into the everyday life of Muslim women, playing a key role in how they construct their identities of self. The values of modesty, humility, service to others

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Lauren Stephenson, Barbara Harold and Rashida Badri

developed very early as I helped my mother take care of my siblings. My late father was a Nokhada, a leader, a great man and an important role model in my life. He worked very hard and I loved to listen to and learn from the stories about his travels,” Fatma recalled wistfully. “And what about your