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Global Link DEC | Global Teacher Award


Global Teacher Award

Level One

Full Day Course (or 3 twilights)
£650 (10% discount for members)
Max. particpants: 10

Refreshments and lunch included

Eligible for Global Learning Programme E-credits

Led by Gisela Renolds of Global Link, the course is designed for Primary, secondary and FE teachers and Governors

Please download and complete the course booking form and return to info[AT]globallink.org.uk

This full day course provides primary and secondary school teachers with the reflective space to explore concepts, knowledge and approaches related to global learning, and how this relates to our practice as teachers. The ‘global dimension’ includes concepts, values, and practices relating to diversity, sustainable development, interdependence (the local-global links), human rights, conflict resolution, social justice and global citizenship.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Increased understanding of the key concepts, practices and perspectives associated with education for a just and sustainable world (global learning).
  2. Increased ability to incorporate global learning in the school curriculum, particularly enabling teachers to address SMSC.
  3. Increased confidence and understanding of how to promote informed, active global citizenship.

The course enhances participant′s understanding of the approaches to learning which promote critical literacy such as Philosophy for Children and Open Spaces for Dialogue and Enquiry. It is also very practical, exploring a range of activities for enabling and measuring global learning.



The Global Learning Programme is a ground-breaking new government initiative to create a national network of schools, committed to helping students make positive contributions to a globalised world by helping teachers deliver effective teaching and learning about development and global issues at Key Stages 2 and 3.

 To access Global Learning Programme E-credits, register your school on the Global Learning Programme website