To introduce teachers to critical thinking as a key global learning skill, focussing on the Philosophy for Children methdology
a). Greater recognition of the importance and effectiveness of teaching from a global perspective b) Greater understanding of the skills, values and concepts relating to the global dimension, focussing on critical thinking as a key skill c.) Increased confidence about introducing global learning concepts through critical thinking, in particular Philosophy for Children
Teachers will be able to identify opportunities for critical thinking and the global dimension across the school curriculum. The practical element of the course will increase their confidence and interest in a new methodology and make them more effective practitioners in this area.
KS2 and KS3
Maths, English, Science, Geography, History, RS / RE, Citizenship, PSHE, MFL, DT, Music, Art, Drama
Curriculum development; Development of specific subject (i.e. Maths, English etc.) or curriculum area; Teaching and learning; Development of whole school ethos; Pupil behaviour and values
Anthony Finnerty worked 30 years as a teacher in a high school and Sixth Form College. He has now worked for Global LInk for 5 years as well as as an Education Consultant, supporting the teaching of RE in schools, which includes delivering training on cross-curricular SMSC.Contact provider Booking only available to GLP members. Login