The Student Conference will support students in getting to the root causes of global justice issues, as well as how to take meaningful action.
This workshop is for teachers (new schools or new teachers to the programme) starting out to give the tools to take the right approach to ensure good quality GCE.
Find the recordings and the presentation of the School Gardens and Global Justice CPD workshop.
Exploring stereotypes is a good way to introduce issues of equality including themes of racial justice, discrimination, gender equality, LGBTQi etc Here’s a couple of past workshops we have done that have worked well: Workshop plan: Stereotypes workshop Workshop with second level students Stereotypes with students Workshop with teachers in training Stereotype presentation for teachers in training Labelling game sticker …
Find the WWGS webinar recording and resources specifically for teaching about Migration and Direct Provision (Sustainable Development Goal 10).
Find the WWGS webinar recording and resources specifically for teaching Anti-racism in post-primary schools.
Find the recording and the resources of WWGS workshop on critical thinking approach to Global Citizenship Education and adapting to Covid-19.
Find the workshop materials from the WWGS Teacher Training on January 31st 2019 in City West.
Here’s a few useful resources for CSPE-there’s lots more for this subject but these are our top picks: Learn_Can_You_Beat_The_System_Game_Short post-primary-teacher-resource-2 CSPE & DE 1 pager Beyond-the-Symbols-post-primary english-post-primary-resources-2017-2 Tackling Controversial Issues SDGs_Youth_Resource _Pack
Root causes lesson It’s important to explore look at the root causes of broad issues of poverty, injustice and inequality-asking the question ‘Why?’ and digging a little bit deeper with students is an important part of Global Citizenship Education. It helps students make connections with their own lives but also gives them a good sense of the types of action …
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