Get Global! is a teacher’s guide to facilitating and assessing active global citizenship in the classroom. It is divided into three sections – steps activities, assessment and evaluation activities and games – that are given equal importance.
This flexible resource was designed by Geography teachers for Geography teachers. It includes lots of source material, including photographs, maps and interviews, and considers what life is like as a banana farmer in the Windward Isles.
This book focuses on the global dimension to citizenship in early years and primary teaching. The main content of the book is the activity ideas and examples from the 150 teachers who were involved in its development (yes… 150!).
This excellent set of posters from Oxfam introduces the eight United Nations Millennium Development Goals to pupils aged 7 to 14. Issues covered in the pack include: trade, aid, and debt; education; environment; HIV/AIDS; poverty and hunger; and
This booklet shows how the global dimension can be integrated across the curriculum and into the wider life of schools. It was published by a consortium of government bodies and NGOs: DFID, DfES, QCA, DEA and the British Council.
This DVD is great fun! It introduces two young people living in Sierra Leone, and encourages children to see similarities and differences with their own lives. The DVD includes several short clips about school life, food and clothes in Sierra Leone,
The book presents a framework for auditing what activities are already taking place within the school that fulfil the Citizenship requirements and where the gaps are. The booklet also addresses whether requirements for education for sustainable devel
This innovative project aims to link young people in different countries through the exploration of science topics. Schools need to register initially to use the site, and then can gain access to the different topic discussion forums. Many of the
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.
This guidance booklet for secondary Science teachers introduces the idea of a global dimension in science teaching and learning. The book includes sections on the benefits of teaching the global dimension in science, to teachers and pupils, as well