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Access Our Remote Learning Shared Drive

Wednesday, 27 May 2020 08:34

Highland One World has been supporting secondary teachers over this time of lockdown, creating and sharing units of work specifically designed for remote learning. We've created a Shared Drive with 'ready to go' lessons for a variety of subjects including English, Maths, Science and Geography. All use a global citizenship approach to deliver content related to the Sustainable Development Goals or migration, as part of our EU-funded Start the Change project.

Anna Munro, English teacher at Dingwall Academy, has been incorporating global citizenship themes into much of the work she's been setting pupils whilst schools are shut. Anna is one of our Start the Change Project-trained teachers who has gone on to develop lots of lessons linked to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and is generously sharing these with other teachers via our new Shared Drive for remote learning resources.

One lesson involves examining clips of Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' for examples of prejudice, and linking this to prejudice and discrimination we might experience or witness in our own lives. Another involves supporting learners to make their own SDG Superhero comic book using the Book Creator app.

Any GTCS registered teacher is welcome to join the Shared Drive. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a Gmail address.

We've also been holding weekly webinars. Our Global Teachers Online Forum has met every Friday lunchtime since lockdown and is a space for sharing resources and ideas for primary and secondary teachers wanting to support global citizenship education through this challenging time. If you'd like to join, sign up through Eventbrite.

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