Created in collaboration with teachers across Europe and in Ethiopia, this new toolkit provides activities for measuring attitudes and attitudinal change in pupils, thus helping teachers to effectively target their delivery of global learning.
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These resources provide an overview of how Islam fits into the curriculum, a discussion of the nature of Islamophobia, an illustrated timeline of the long history of Islam in Britain and a list of recommended learning resources.
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RISC’s interactive Resource Bank supports the effective delivery of Global Citizenship across the curriculum. Choose from thousands of photos and artefacts from many different countries, plus teaching packs and books along with schemes of work and
These schemes of work for RE lessons present 5 profiles, exploring how faith has motivated people to take action as Global Citizens. For primary teaching, the profiles are: Alia Muhammed Baker (saved the books in Basra Central Library from looting
A secondary History and Geography resource, using images to investigate and question the history of poverty in Africa. It unravels seven myths about why Africa has become poorer since 1500, while Europe has become richer.
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This cross-curricular resource, aimed at ages 7-14, has been designed to counter negative or stereotypical views, focusing first on similarities between Uganda and the UK, before exploring their diversity. Through the images and activities…
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This resource from RISC helps teachers at all levels to identify how far their school has got on the journey towards becoming a ‘global school’ – one where global citizenship is embedded across the curriculum and throughout the school ethos.
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The aim of this website is to provide teachers with resources to effectively teach Global Citizenship through Art and Design. Developed by RISC and the October Gallery it features the work of artists from Benin, Nigeria, China, Iraq and New Zealand.
This book looks behind some of the products we may take for granted, uncovering their impact on the workers involved in production and on the environment. It explores human rights, interdependence and sustainability in the context of world trade, and raises awareness of the complexities of fair trade.
Four simple and effective assemblies looking at a range of sustainability issues, from local food versus food miles, to fair trade and climate change, with follow up suggestions and all the materials that you need to run an engaging and participatory assembly.
Adinkra cloth is hand-printed with symbols representing Ashanti knowledge and history, proverbs, beliefs and values. Using the symbols and other artefacts as a starting point to learn about Ghana’s traditions and contemporary life, this handbook provides an inspiring learning resource which challenges stereotypes
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This comprehensive handbook has a range of activities that can be used in nurseries, toddler groups and by childminders. The first section focuses on themes such as food, family and the environment and the second uses six countries as starting points for activities.
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This teaching book includes three assembly ideas and three lessons plans which explore the theme of refugees in the UK. The assemblies consider who are refugees, and how they are portrayed in the UK media.
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This book presents three adaptable 15-minute assemblies, each focusing on a different fair trade product (chocolate, bananas and clothes). Each assembly explains the problems faced by producers and the choices we have as consumers, and they all offer opportunities for pupil participation.
This pack is for teachers and youth workers and provides a detailed outline of activities for a one-day workshop which introduces young people to the issues behind the global chocolate industry.
This book offers ideas for a one-day event exploring the global trade in fashion and sportswear. The activities are suitable for secondary level teaching, and introduce several ideas behind fair trade, including: who makes our clothes, where they are
This cross-curricular teaching book focuses on fair trade. The book includes activities suitable for upper primary teaching, and looks at how we are linked to the rest of the world through our shopping… buying bananas and chocolate, for example.
A whole class trading game with background information including photos of the banana production process. During the simulation pupils ‘grow’ bananas from scrap paper, think critically about a range of situations facing banana growers, make decisions
This teaching pack investigates world coffee markets, and the causes and consequences of a recent drop in coffee prices for farmers and the economy.The book includes lessons about media literacy, corporate social responsibility, the role of international charities, and fair trade.