- to demonstrate how using bigger than self issues (global issues) can provide meaningful global learning through core curriculum work around literacy. - to support teachers to develop critical literacy skills essential for understanding the world and global learning. - to build confidence among teachers to engage in complex global learning issues exploring perspectives and working with a variety of global learning skills and values.
- Teachers will feel more confident to use bigger than self issues as a stimulus to global learning. - Teachers will develop the skills and understanding to address global learning through literacy work with learners. - Teachers will acquire a range of useful tools and ideas to apply global learning in literacy. - Teachers will have considered a range of bigger than self issues as a stimuli to global learning and literacy.
The course should help teachers to identify opportunities to more closely integrate global learning (understanding, skills and values) into their mainstream curriculum work around literacy. In particular it will support them to become more critically literate and to be aware of a range of resources and ideas that are available to support them in this.
Maths, English, Science, Geography, History, Citizenship, PSHE, DT, Art
Development of specific subject (i.e. Maths, English etc.) or curriculum area; Teaching and learning; Pupil leadership; This course can be tailored to the content focus the school specifies
team-teaching sessions with peer review and staff twilight
Rob Bowden and/or Rosie WilsonContact provider Booking only available to GLP members. Login