This quarterly magazine from DFID is no longer published, but back issues from 2008 onwards are available as PDFs via the National Archive website. They provide useful background reading about key development ideas and themes.
Valuing Places was a three year project which brought together a wide range of people from all areas of the country including Geographical Association volunteers, members, practising teachers and pupils. Many participants were heavily involved with
This book focuses on the contribution secondary school geography teachers can make to anti-racism. The book explores key themes including unsettled geographies and migration and the ‘invisible whiteness’ of geography. The book describes how teachers
This short resource is ideal for introducing the theme of ‘disasters’ to a young audience. It looks at how to introduce media stories about natural disasters to primary aged children, and presents ideas for discussion and reflection.
This book for pupils aged 16 to 19 aims to bridge the gap between school and university Geography teaching and learning. The book includes ideas for discussions, projects and field work. It covers a number of themes and contemporary issues
This booklet looks at how food is produced in the UK and worldwide and questions what is behind our food production. It is relevant to many subject areas at primary level, and explores questions such as who grows our food, what are their lives like
This pack supports teachers to enable students to explore development processes within their own locality in the context of global interdependence.
Working Children Worldwide contains information, activities and materials for pupils to investigate the complex issue of child labour in the context of globalisation. It introduces four children with different experiences of work, through photographs
This teaching manual contains information about human development issues and policy with specific examples of development projects in Africa and guidance about how to teach young children about development co-operation. It consists of 16 storyboards
This is a well constructed and user-friendly pack for incorporating global perspectives into teaching and learning. It provides an introduction for very young children to the basic rights of all children and the responsibilities that accompany them.