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Citizenship discussion - who are they?
This is a PowerPoint slide as the stimulus for discussion; it is supported with a tutor guide within the word file.

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Citizenship in Global Perspective
An article that suggests that political identity has become increasingly detached from 'monogamous' association with a single nation state and replaced for some with a system of fluid, multiple citizenships. The article examines the nature of the relationship between 'global' and 'local' forms of citizenship.

Profile PictureMr Stephen McCloskey
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Development - Definitions
A presentation about defining development for teacher educators of secondary school students used as an introduction.

Profile PictureDr Gerard McCann
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Development Education, citizenship and civic engagement at third level and beyond in the Republic of Ireland
An article that suggests despite the considerable progress in strategically integrating development education at third level many challenges still remain. It explores the relevance of citizenship and civic engagement to development education at third level in the Republic of Ireland.

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Dr Wizard's Crystal Ball: Process Drama and Environmental Issues
An exciting and imaginative resource outlining a set of drama lessons in which students engage with present and future environmental issues. This article first appeared in National Drama's "Drama Journal" in 2006.

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Drama: Engaging with globalisation
A short pamphlet introducing how drama education can be used in Global Citizenship Education in primary schools.

Profile PictureDr Marie-Jeanne McNaughton
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ESD and Drama Powerpoint slides
A short powerpoint presentation outlining some of the pedagogical reasons why drama is a useful learning medium in Environmental and Sustainable Development Education.

Profile PictureDr Marie-Jeanne McNaughton
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ESD web-resource activities for Primary Teaching
A series of tutorial activities, linked to sustainable development and global citizenship web-based resources.

Profile PictureDr Marie-Jeanne McNaughton
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Education for sustainable development towards responsible global citizenship
An exploration of Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship in the context of the Finnish national curriculum.

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Future is due workshop
A workshop exploring the concept of sustainability, using images as a stimulus for discussion and critical reflection. Case studies of sustainability actions in higher education provide material to be used in a diamond ranking exercise.

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Future is due workshop - outline and diamond ranking cards
Future is due workshop outline and resource to support the diamond ranking exercise.

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Gender in Development
A presentation about the role of gender in development for teacher educators of undergraduate students used as an overview of gender studies within global development.

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Geography Teaching and the Battle of Ideas
This powerpoint presentation explores the current controversies over the teaching of environmental issues in the school curriculum. It highlights those voices who argue that ESD is a form of political education that offers a diminished view of human agency.

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Geography fieldwork – West Highland Way
A activity about tourism for teachers of secondary school students used as tutor guide.

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Global Citizenship and Grassroots Community Development in the Democratic Republic of Congo
An exploration of global citizenship in the context of the Congo.

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Global Crises Discussion
A activity about Crises in global development for teacher educators of undergraduate students used as a means of stimulating discussion.

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Hungry? A workshop on the extent and causes of global hunger.
A presentation about the reasons and causes of gllobal hunger for teacher educators of secondary school students used as a workshop.

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Introduction to the Global Dimension
A activity about the global dimension for teacher educators of undergraduate students used as an introduction to the subject.

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Lecture on Poplation and Refugees
A presentation about population shifts and migration for lecturers of undergraduate students used as an overview of the topic for geography students.

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Outdoor activity global dilemmas
An activity for outdoor education students to encourage critical thinking about dilemmas in a globalised world

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Philosophy for Global Citizenship (P4GC) Project
A description of a one year Global Citizenship action research project funded by Oxfam. The aim of the project was tp enable teachers and development educators to consolidate the training provided through Philosophy for Children training into good classroom practice in global citizenship.

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Post Graduate Certificate in Education SD-GD workshop
A presentation about the pathway towards the PGCE with reference to SD and GD studies for teacher educators of postgraduate students used as an introduction to the work.

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Soft versus critical global citizenship education
Understanding global issues often requires learners to examine a complex web of cultural and material processes and contexts on local and global levels. This article explores how critical global citizenship can be an effective way to support learners in that process.

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WWF Linkingthinking
A resource in seven units aimed at developing thinking in and understanding of sustainability issues and values. Each unit contains a wide range of interactive learning opportunities suitable for both individual and group responses.

Profile PictureDr Marie-Jeanne McNaughton
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