Global Schools Association
The Global Gateway is a new international website, enabling those involved in education across the world to engage in creative partnerships. It is a one-stop-shop, providing quick access to comprehensive information on how to develop an international dimension to education.
Search the resources database from any page of the Global Dimension website. From climate change to poverty, water to fair trade, you can find teaching resources for all age groups and subject areas.
Global Dimension Case Studies
Case studies of how primary and secondary schools have included the global dimension within curriculum subjects and wider school life.
Global Dimension Curriculum Information
Information about how the global dimension is relevant to every subject area of the school curriculum in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Global Dimension Community
Professional development, training opportunities and local support about including the global dimension within teaching and learning.
A calendar of international and global events and celebrations, linked to teaching resources on the Global Dimension database.
The International Resource Centre for Schools and
Colleges at the University of Hull
This is the host organization for the YHGSA. The International Resource Centre also manages the British Council Regional Network for International Learning which works in close partnership with the YHGSA.
Leeds Development Education Centre
Leeds DEC is an educational charity that aims to raise awareness of global sustainable development issues with people in West Yorkshire. They have a wide range of resources for primary and secondary teachers and youth workers available for sale or loan. Training can be provided on a range of global development and environmental issues. Current educational projects including Global Schools, Positively Global, Earth Summit and Just Linking.
South Yorkshire Development Education Centre
The Development Education Centre (South Yorkshire), DEC(SY), works with teachers and others involved in education, promoting a development and global perspective in the curriculum. Using active learning methods, based on enquiry into issues and ideas, DEC(SY) aims to help people to develop the skills and commitment to work together to bring about a more just world.
Hull Development Education Centre
Hull DEC aims to: raise awareness of global issues, human rights, the environment, North-South issues of poverty and the struggle for change: racial and cultural diversity; to promote educational good practice; to provide information and materials to assist teachers, students, pupils, facilitators and other workers in the voluntary sector and social services; to provide Development Education training, particularly for informal, inter-active work, and opportunities to work with representatives of ethnic communities. The centre serves Hull, the East Riding and Humber area.
Centre for Global Education
The Centre for Global Education was established in 1982 and moved to York St John University in 1993. It is an independent, non-profit, curriculum development centre. The Centre works locally, nationally and internationally with teachers, teacher educators and student teachers to introduce global issues into their teaching. The Centre encourages active participation by children in learning around the broad aim of “education for a just future”. The Centre coordinates North/South school linking across the region of Yorkshire and Humberside.
Global Teacher Project
The Global Teacher Project is working in Initial Teacher Education and Training, to support the inclusion of a global dimension in course content, and to promote global education throughout the training of teachers.
Oxfam - Cool Planet
Cool Planet is primarily intended for teachers in England, Scotland and Wales and their students. It aims to bring the global dimension to the classroom, using the concept of Global Citizenship.
The new Oxfam Education website
Oxfam’s Cool Planet for teachers has been relaunched as Oxfam Education. The website a fresh new look and new search options to make it even easier for teachers to find everything they need to take a global approach across the curriculum.
The UNICEF Education Team aims to provide expertise on children's rights and global citizenship for young people, and those involved in their education, through classroom sessions, staff training and high quality resources. We are working towards a rights-based world in which all children are enabled to fulfill their full potential.
Christian Aid - Global Gang / Planet Teacher
On the Planet teacher page of the Global Gang website you will find everything you need to bring global issues into the classroom. Each topic on the left is explored through classroom activities and lesson plans, background info on the countries and issues covered, plus pupil worksheets you can print out.
WWF - wwflearning
wwflearning aims to provide educators and learners alike with an innovative communications point for global news, opinion and curriculum projects. Although designed primarily for teachers and students in the UK, we hope that many of the projects and services offered will be of wider interest internationally.
The Just Business web site provides information and activities about global and ethical issues for students and teachers of Business Studies and Economics.
Muslim Heritage in Our World
A unique UK based educational project that reveals the rich heritage that the Muslim community share with other communities in the UK and Europe.