get Global! is a teachers’ guide on how to facilitate active global citizenship. It allows learners to move from thinking about issues that are important to them, to planning and participating in action, and to reflect on their performance, and assess their work. Although aimed at 11-16 year olds, some of the activities could easily […]
Recently updated, and with curriculum links to geography and citizenship, this flexible teaching resource focuses on the human element of the climate crisis.
Climate change is threatening humankind and pushing people into poverty. While the climate crisis is affecting us all, it’s hitting some communities harder than others – and it’s the people who’ve done the least to cause it who’re suffering the most. Who you are and where you are in the world matters. Recently updated, and […]
Take Action for Climate Justice – A guide for teachers and educators working with young people aged 9-16
There are many ways in which we can all take climate action, from making changes in our own lives to joining with others to speak out for the right of everyone to a fairer and greener future. All are important. Aimed at teachers and educators, this short guide is packed with practical advice, classroom activities […]
UNESCO MGIEP’s flagship project ‘Global Citizenship’ aims to achieve the goal of sustainable and peaceful societies through a digital curriculum on Global Citizenship education, with a focus on development of key Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) skills.
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.