This online course looks at geography’s contribution to learning about the global dimension. It has been developed by the Geographical Association and the Development Education Centre for South Yorkshire (DECSY). They worked in collaboration with
Pupils learn about how some of the Ethiopian artefacts in museums in the UK came to be here and the repercussions this is still having today. They debate whether or not they think the artefacts should be returned to Ethiopia.
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
This website supports teaching and learning around how we can better understand self, others and the wider world. It has a bank of classroom and CPD resources that you can pick up and use straight away. These are accompanied by support materials
Through a community investigation this resource will help classes understand their own locality and compare it with those of four different rural and urban schools in Bristol and Cornwall.
Waiting for the land to spring to life again after a terrible flood in the Valley of a Thousand Hills, Lindi and her grandmother try to earn a living selling their beautiful beadwork to tourists in Durban.They’re finding it hard going. Then one day
This activity kit is focused on primary classrooms and has lots of activity ideas, suggestions, photos and web links to help you explore the global connections of food. It explores basic food facts; food in art and music; food as a theme for…
This activity kit aims to help you begin your global dimension journey, or think about where to go next. It starts with young people’s own lives, giving you ideas on how to encourage students to explore the ways their daily choices and actions…
This website from the Centre for Alternative Technology is an eco-footprint teaching resource, and has been developed for teachers of Key Stages 2-3 in Wales. But all educators – in Wales and beyond – with an interest in teaching about sustainable
Divided by geographical region, this beautifully illustrated World Atlas looks at the way in which communities and cultures across the world have been shaped by their natural environment, how all parts of the planet are interconnected and the challenges which face us all in creating a sustainableﾠfuture.