Linking - Global Schools Partnership
Mapping Our World, 2nd Ed - A Geography Pack
for 9-13 Year Olds
Introducing young people to a variety of world map projections this book aims to encourage them to question the purpose and use of maps.
Looking Beyond the Brochure - Texts and Activities
for Secondary English on a Tourism Theme
This pack embeds global development and citizenship issues in the areas of poetry, travel writing and media analysis, using tourism as a theme. It allows students to consider different view points, express insights in writing, communicate opinions and analyze language in different genres.
Tourism Concern, 1999
A Quick Guide to North South School Links
This is a guide for schools thinking of linking or maintaining an existing link with schools abroad. By sharing best practice from a number of Leeds schools, it details how to set up and maintain a link with a school in the Southern hemisphere. It includes which school to choose and funding.
Leeds DEC, 2001
80:20, Revised and Updated Ed - Development in
An Unequal World
An introduction to development issues with sections on: the shape of the world including statistics, key ideas, theories of development; major issues centering on women, the environment and human rights; and specially commissioned viewpoints from major authors in the field.
Developing Global Citizens in Primary Schools
This professional development pack provides the tools to run in-service training sessions or stimulate staff discussion about the integration of PSHE/PSE into schools. The video shows how teachers have incorporated citizenship with a global dimension into their teaching. The case studies explore various themes, including sustainable development, refugees, and social justice. The activities relate the case study material back to pupils' own experience to create empathy and understanding, an important part of global citizenship education.
Central Bureau / IBT, 2000
Developing Global Citizens in Secondary Schools
This pack shows how teachers have incorporated citizenship with a global dimension into their teaching. It includes case studies that explore various themes including sustainable development, refugees and social justice.
Central Bureau / IBT, 2000
State of the World Atlas
This atlas reflects the state of world in terms of current events and global trends across 50 double-page map spreads. Topics include control of space, sexual freedom, biodiversity, sport and malnutrition.
Earth Scan, 2003
Speaking for Ourselves, Listening to Others
Speaking for Ourselves uses active-learning techniques to develop geographical knowledge, understanding and skills using activities to investigate and compare a local area with the distant locality of Nairobi. Original source material from young people in Nairobi is used to explore different perceptions of people and places. Participatory activities will also stimulate discussion about gender issues, particularly girls' and boys' perceptions and experiences.
• about ourselves and where we live
• what and how we know about other places
• from people who live in other places
• using photographs and maps
• reviewing what we have learned
Leeds DEC, 1996
Fair Trade in Action
Fair Trade in action introduces Fair Trade as an alternative to conventional trade. It contains resources and activities designed to encourage students to be aware and active citizens. It helps students develop a wide range of skills, and increase their knowledge and understanding of world trade.
Start With A Story
Stories are an excellent way of introducing complex or difficult issues to children. This book offers activity ideas and starting points to encourage discussion through literacy and includes an extensive list of recommended story books.