An excellent resource for teachers looking to introduce the concept of global citizenship to older students. This brief activity sheet, published by TEACHUnicef asks the question— “What does a Global Citizen Look Like?”It also asks important questions regarding language, social behavior and judgment. Great conversation-provoking sheet!
This excellent short clip, created and published by TEACH Unicef and partners at the Global Poverty Project helps students understand the different definitions of what it means to be a global citizen. This video is appropriate for students of all ages.
This guide, published by the Oxfam Curriculum fro Global Citizenship program, outlines how the values, areas of knowledge, and key skills are developed for students of all ages seeking to become global citizens. It provides a series of case studies and ideas which help support the development of global citizenship in a typical school curriculum.
Excellent resource to pair with OxFam’s “Education for Global Citizenship: Guide for Schools.” This is a practical and conversation-provoking guide filled with practical tools and ideas which can be applied to any stage of learning development and contributes to the classroom conversation on global citizenship.
This informative post provides an eye-catching infographic of the official “Universal declaration of human rights.” This extremely resourceful article rounds up the best resources, activities, books, and lessons on human rights to help educators and parents introduce the different rights to their children. I highly recommend checking out the “Youth for Human Rights Education Package”— which includes further in-depth knowledge and activities for young learners.
BloomBoard Asks:What activities have you used with your students to engage them in discussion about global affairs? At what age should we implement a global-friendly curriculum into our education system?