In this learning sequence students will explore what’s happening in the Asian region in terms of their interests and possible career goals. Students will investigate case studies and personal stories of Australian and Asian professional connections and explore how schools can best prepare students for a successful career engaged in working across cultures.
This learning sequence looks at the connections between Australian companies and organisations, and countries in the Asia region. Students will explore why Australia trades and connects with Asia and what skills Australians require to work effectively with their counterparts.
While big, powerful brands like Bonds and Just Jeans make huge revenues, the women who make our clothes are struggling to survive on poverty wages.
Why do people work? Does it matter whether they are treated fairly? What are labour rights anyway? These are some of the questions explored in this interactive student resource.
Oxfam Australia and UNICEF Australia have teamed up to create an education resource, where school students can learn about the Global Goals and then write to their MP and tell them what these goals mean for them and the world they want to grow up in and inherit.
Maths can help your learners better understand different people, places and patterns in the world. Teaching it with a global angle can also give an insight into how maths can be applied and used to address and inform real-world issues. This guide includes creative ideas for how global citizenship can be utilised in core areas […]
English lessons are an opportunity for your learners to explore new and diverse cultures, hone their language skills and develop empathy. This guide includes ideas for learning about the world whilst improving speaking and listening, reading, writing and media literacy skills. It also contains handy links to further resources and ideas for books which can […]
Global citizenship is all about encouraging young people to develop the knowledge, skills and values they need to engage with the world. Ideal for use at the start of the academic year, school term or a new topic, the following activities support learners aged 7 to 14 to develop some of the key elements of […]
Oxfam is a global movement of millions of people who share the belief that, in a world rich in resources, poverty isn’t inevitable, and is an injustice that can and must be overcome. With links to English, geography and citizenship, these thought-provoking activities for ages 7-14 offer a fun way to develop speaking and listening […]
Discover where our food comes from. Learners can gain a vivid insight into the banana supply chain and research the countries where bananas are grown. They will get to grips with Fairtrade and think critically about the enormous impact it can have on the lives of smallholder farmers.