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.
This colourful book helps to illustrate several ideas about human development, by imagining that today’s world population equates to 100 people.
This pack investigates the nature of the relationship between Europe and Africa with a focus on history, trade patterns, distribution of wealth and visions of the future. It contains several posters for classroom use along with a discussion booklet
This fun and lively manual provides more than 40 tried-and-tested activities and games to get children and young people involved in the decision-making process.
This handbook shares ideas developed by teachers from the West Midlands region as part of a collaborative project. It is a toolkit aimed at enabling students to explore global citizenship and provides a range of ideas that can be used and adapted for different contexts.
An interesting book that provides a wide range of games and explores their importance and role in the development of personal and social skills for young children. All of the games have been tested in schools and ideas are based on research and consultation.
The book is divided into three parts, with the majority of space given over to classroom activities with worksheets and other materials. Section one provides an introduction to human rights education and links the resource to the National Curriculum
This handbook helps teachers inform and guide Key Stage 2 and 3 students about citizenship education. It incorporates children’s stories from different countries – UK, Uganda, Guatemala, Honduras and India – involving community projects.
A very useful handbook for those working with young children. It begins by explaining what is meant by an anti-bias approach. Then there are some very good suggestions for staff training sessions which explore ways of making all children feel include
This is a very good, well-produced, comprehensive, active learning resource for helping students to investigate interdependence and social justice. It is set within the island of Ireland and at the international scale.