22/09/2011 by Jack Shuttleworth
22/11/2011 by Debbie Bailey,

Racism, Rwanda and real citizenship!

01/09/2011 by Mary Ffield, lecturer at Newman College, Birmingham

What can we learn from experiences of teaching and learning at key stage 1 to support work on global perspectives at other key stages?

02/09/2011 by Darius Jackson, University of Birmingham, Jo Fairclough, Broadway School, Scott Sinclair, Tide~ global learning
02/09/2011 by Tide global learning
05/10/2011 by Polytunnels group, Herefordshire

Tide~ extended an invitation for a group of Herefordshire teachers to come together to review the potential of taking a local issue such as Polytunnels as a focus for exploring global issues. These exploratory meetings involved teachers from across the phases and from different parts of the county.  A small group** then took the ideas further through a workshop at the Tide~ Centre, some field work of their own, activities with their pupils and a writing workshop.  This article shares some of that work and links to several activities that are offered for others to use.

The project came up with a framework that could be used in any locality to explore local change and identify the potential for exploring global dimensions.

13/09/2011 by Tide~ global learning

Links to websites, and key publications mentioned in the text of the publication Global learning in primary schools can be found here.

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