- Critical thinking/
- Global Justice/
- Root causes of inequality/
- WWGS Global Citizenship Education/
Progress your GCE Teaching and Learning Workshop
Tuesday, 18th October 2022, on Zoom
This workshop is essential for post primary schools who have been doing Global Citizenship Education for a number of years. This workshop will help teachers to go further with their students and to strengthen their GCE approach vis a vis the WWGS guiding principles. It will also help teachers in their future Global Passport applications as it is the key area that has been identified by WWGS that needs improvement.
The recording provides with information and resources on:
- Soft vs Critical approach on Global Citizenship Education (Development Education)
- WWGS guiding principals of GCE
- Tools and Exercises
- Curriculum examples
Here is the morning session recording.
Here is the afternoon session recording.
Please find the Genial.ly presentation here.
- WWGS ‘How-to’ Guide– Guiding Principles of GCE on page 6-7
- Scaffolding Guide Activity
- Elephant in the Room and 4 Denials activity: This is in PDF
- Trade Justice into your Fairtrade Fortnight (Trading Game)
- Race to the Bottom Activity (Financial Justice Ireland): How the World Works
Other resources relevant to all GCE
- (NYCI) Globalisation: The Youth and The Truth
- Gesturing towards decolonial futures (Advanced GCE)
- Course on 4 Denials: Go to ‘Course units’ to watch the videos (Advanced GCE)
- Teaching for sustainable development through ethical global issues pedagogy: A pdf resource for secondary teachers.
- Hospicing Modernity-Vanessa Andreotti (Advanced GCE)
Podcasts on GCE related issues
Taking Meaningful Action
- NYCI – The Global YOUth – Journey to Act! (Free Resources + Activity Plans) looks at taking collective action.
- Building Back Better: Youth, Power and Planet – This is a great resource (in PDF) and has a really nice activity to look at the different roles students can take when planning an action.
Collective campaign groups
Please fill out the form with your reflections on the workshop (SAT)