Utilising tried and tested techniques associated with both Philosophy for Children and Global Education, this course will focus on the value of thinking skills games and activities to support students to develop the skills required to become thinking citizens.
To experience thinking skills activities that develop the skills, values and attitudes needed for global learning. To provide practical tools to develop students thinking, listening and speaking skills. To engage critically and creatively with Global Education materials.
This course focuses on the development of skills, with activities that will link to a number of subject areas and skills that will be transferable to all.
English, Geography, Citizenship, PSHE
Teaching and learning; Pupil behaviour and values; This course can be tailored to the content focus the school specifies
Gina Parker (Mullarkey) from Little Chatters (previous experience includes Cumbria DEC, primary teacher and outdoor educator). Registered Trainer for SAPERE (Level 3) , Teacher consultant for the Geographical Association and Registered trainer for Global Teachers Award. Gina has been running P4C Level 1 courses with a global citizenship dimension for 13 years across UK. Has 14 years CPD delivery experience, including delivery for: Cumbria DEC, University of Cumbria and numerous conferences including the Geographical Association's conference. Other linked CPD delivery has included; The Global Teachers Award, Critical Skills, School linking and Global Education in the Outdoors. P4C specialisms include: Philosophy for Children with SEN and P4C in the Outdoors. She has also written a variety of publications and contributed to 2 Silver GA Award winners.
We can also offer this course as a whole school training at £300. (We are happy to support clusters of schools to come together to save costs)Contact provider Booking only available to GLP members. Login