Global Matters brings together a collection of 14 case studies of global learning taking place in schools, professional development and youth work.
From the Norwich school using IT lessons to conduct joint projects with schools in Africa and the USA to the rural Oxfordshire primary encouraging children to think for themselves in combating stereotypes of the developing world, it enables teachers to highlight how global learning enhances the education of their pupils.
These case studies highlight great examples of global learning already taking place in some schools across the country, and more of this is crucial if young people are to thrive in today's globalised world. They recognise that in a fast-changing and complex world there are never single perspectives or definite anwers around global issues.
This book will provide good background information and ideas for teachers looking to develop the global dimension in their school and professional development.
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