Students explore citizen science through the work of Earthwatch’s ClimateWatch program. Students begin by sharing what they already know about citizen science, and analysing a range of citizen science projects from around the world. They then investigate the ClimateWatch app and explore Earthwatch’s ClimateWatch Trails. Finally, students will head outside to engage in some real […]
Students prepare information and materials to support users of a trail in or around your school where people can assess local biodiversity using a leading citizen science app. Students begin by creating a package of information to inform visitors about how to use their trail, including maps, field guides, ClimateWatch app details and recording sheets. […]
These resources help students and teachers think about how to take action on climate change, how to look after yourself and others when thinking about climate change, and what is happening in the international climate negotiations at Glasgow.
This learning sequence explores the topic of climate change and the Asia region. Students analyse how information about climate change is conveyed using various persuasive approaches.
Caring for Country/place and looking after the lands, seas and skies on which one lives and learns is everyone’s responsibility. It’s important to acknowledge that there are many different ways to take and share responsibility for caring for Country that may seem like small steps, but which hold big significance. Learning from Aboriginal and Torres […]
Organise a climate action campaign in your school. Climate change is the most urgent crisis facing our world. What’s often overlooked is that it’s also a human rights crisis with implications for inequality and justice. Find out how young people can make their voices heard and call upon their elected representatives to take action for […]
Inspire and motivate learners to explore the role of music in social change. Focusing on issues of inequality, this resource will enable learners to consider aspects of human rights and equality issues and discover how music has been used to express people’s voices.
Nurturing global scientists is key to the creation of a clean and fairer world for the future. A global citizenship approach enables learners to appreciate the relevance of science and investigate how it can be used to answer vital questions to global challenges. This guide includes practical advice for embedding global citizenship in topic areas […]
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 […]
Eco-anxiety is on the rise and there is a growing need for young people to be supported to face the reality of climate change, to talk about their concerns and consider potential responses. With inspiring case studies and creative ideas for taking action, this cross-curricular resource for ages 8-14 helps learners to: make sense of […]