If Citizenship education is going to work anywhere, it needs to prove itself capable of supporting divided and hurt communities like those in Derry/Londonderry (where even the name of the City is a controversial issue – hence the two names used in
A well written handbook appealing to a wide audience, developing empathy and professional understanding in the reader. Included are explanations of what may cause younger children to become frustrated, aggressive or violent.
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
A great resource for teachers interested in curriculum development with a global perspective. This is the website of Tide~ Global Learning, a network of teachers and educators mainly based in and around Birmingham, who come together to respond to the
This pack highlights the struggles of Asian workers who have migrated from South Asia to Britain and to various other countries, which were once British colonies. Both primary and secondary source material is used.
This is a really excellent and innovative anti-racist and interactive resource of value in any secondary school or other youth/community setting. It is organised in five main interlinked sections: images, memories, people, places (Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, USA and eight key locations in the UK), and visions.
This is an excellent resource for teaching about the Holocaust. It traces the history of anti-semitism, and includes the experiences of gypsies, homosexuals, people with disabilities and others who were persecuted. Themes of collaboration, indifference, obedience, dehumanisation, resistance and rescue are explored.
This resource pack supports teachers and others who seek to address issues of racism and diversity in schools and the curriculum. Practical and accessible, it outlines the key issues and provides clear strategies and approaches to challenging racist
As Linda learns about the Maasai people from East Africa in her American inner city school, she feels a strong bond with them. As she goes about her daily life, she imagines what it might be like to be a Masai girl doing similar things.