Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning

We are excited to be accredited trainers for the new Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning in Scotland which is part of the international Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning programme, supporting schools in Scotland and internationally to learn about and collaborate on the big issues that shape our world.  The programme is co-funded by the British Council and the Department for International Development (DfID).  Contributing towards increasing Learning for Sustainability (LfS) in Scotland's schools the programme is intended to:

- Improve teacher's pedagogical skills, especially their ability to incorporate transferable skills into their curriculum teaching.

- Give young people in both Scotland and overseas countries an opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to live and work in an increasingly globalised world.

- Raise awareness of global issues amongst young people by supporting their collaboration with their international peers.

The main Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning website for Scotland can be accessed here:

 https://learningforsustainabilityscotland.org/connectingclassrooms/

Current Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning events are listed in our Professional Learning pages.

For more information, please contact our local advisors Sally Romilly or Clare Fulton on 01382 454603, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Connecting Classrooms: Learning for the SDGs (online)

SIGN UP NOW!... for the following 3-part course which supports Scottish teachers in Learning for the Sustainable Development Goals. 

Connecting Classrooms: Learning for the SDGs (online) 

One World Centre 189 Princes Street, Dundee. Monday-Thursday 10am to 4pm. Tel. 01382 454603 | email

One World Centre is a member of:

IDEAS for Global Citizenship

Funded by:

Scottish Government   Scottish Government