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Global Education for Teachers

University College London via FutureLearn

Overview

Incorporate global learning and global citizenship education into your teaching

Teachers today must prepare their students for a global future.

Young people will need to learn how to positively engage with people from all over the world and build the skills and knowledge to become a global citizen.

On this course, you’ll increase your confidence and ability to introduce global issues into your teaching. You’ll get CPD training in how to address global issues in your teaching and support global citizenship in your school.

This course is developed in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goal 4.7, which requires countries to develop global citizenship for all learners by 2030.

This course is designed for teachers around the world who want to encourage global citizenship amongst their students and work towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 4.7.

This includes teachers in international schools and International Baccalaureate schools, as well as teachers in government schools with an interest in global learning and global citizenship education.

Taught by

Nicole Blum and Frances Hunt

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Reviews

4.7 rating, based on 3 reviews

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  • Anonymous
    This was a really useful course as a teacher and middle leader in the international school sector. It gave a good overview of the various definitions, concepts and issues involved in teaching global education. It has helped me engage with the wider academic debate in the field, but has also given me practical suggestions for how to develop and make more rigorous our own global learning pathways in school. I'd recommend this for anyone involved in teaching or designing global education pathways for any age group of students.
  • Anonymous
    I have been an educator for over 15 years, in the USA and in the UK. I have never realised how much of Global Education is embedded in the English National Curriculum but it is through this course that I have learnt about the pedagogical guidance, the extensive research and the practical approaches of this subject in actual practice. I feel very empowered and motivated to continue to use Global Learning as the 'golden thread' of my practice and to continue to learn more about it.
  • Anonymous
    Great course to get in touch with Global Education practices. Well structured, nice teachers and very easy to follow.

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