Learning about our environment and our power to protect it through a curated series of videos that are perfect to play in the classroom and prompt discussions about sustainability, waste and climate change.
How can we better understand diversity within our communities to ensure inclusion and social justice and how do we enact change?
What NGOs are and why they exist – this is the DEFINITION.The ways in which they work to combat social injustices – these are the ACTIONS they take.The things that limit the work of NGOs – these are the DIFFICULTIES they have to overcome.These are the key terms you’ll need to remember: DEFINITION – ACTIONS […]
There are three main ways to get involved in democracy:You can create the CHANGE you want to see through civic engagement.You can have your VOICE heard through political activism.You can ENGAGE in electoral politics.These are the key terms you’ll need to remember:CHANGE – VOICE – ENGAGE
The importance of EQUALITY in society.The VICTIMS of discrimination.The LAWS that promote equality in Northern Ireland.These three key terms will remind you: EQUALITY – VICTIMS – LAWS
We all have human RIGHTS. The GOVERNMENT creates laws to protect these rights.We must be aware of our RESPONSIBILITIES, to ensure that everyone can enjoy their human rights equally. These three terms will remind you: RIGHTS – GOVERNMENT – RESPONSIBILITIES
What is diversity and what makes a society diverse? Think CULTURE.The challenges of living in a diverse society. Think CONFLICT.Ways to manage conflict and promote inclusion. Think COMMUNITY.Use the three ‘Cs’ as a reminder: CULTURE – CONFLICT – COMMUNITY
Explore techniques such as mind mapping, blue-sky thinking and the six hats technique can help you come up with creative and innovative ideas then using different techniques, identify what information to collect during the problem-solving process. Credibility criteria can be used in determining how believable the sources are.
Clips for Secondary Citizenship, aimed at 14- to 16-year-olds, which are anchored in real life, taking vibrant issues and getting straight to the heart of some of the key subject areas that inform the Citizenship curriculum.