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  • Start the Change residential training
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    20 Sep 2018
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    There has been a lot going on with our Start the Change project over the last few months and there is still lots to do to ensure that projects like this make an impact in the education sector. Here's a round-up of our recent work.
  • Thinking critically
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    20 Sep 2018
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    John Hopkin, Head of Accreditation at the Geographical Association (GA), discusses the importance of critical thinking, what it means and the best way to approach it in the classroom.
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    20 Sep 2018
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    Faaria Ahmad, Programme Manager at Think Global, reflects on the rise of small companies and entrepreneurs branding themselves as ethical and environmentally-friendly, and targeting conscious consumers.
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    19 Sep 2018
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    Teach First participant and Primary School teacher, Phoebe Rudgard, discusses the importance of tackling controversial topics in the classroom and ways in which we can help children better understand these issues.
  • Thandiwe Banda GEYA 2018 finalist
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    19 Sep 2018
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    This month we feature our Q&A with Global Educator of the Year 2018 finalists, Thandiwe Banda. In her Q&A, Thandiwe chatted to us about the importance of global learning, and challenges she has faced, integrating it into the curriculum.

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Member Spotlight

Each month we are shining a spotlight on the work of one of our member organisations.

This month’s spotlight is on The Geographical Association (GA), the leading subject association for teachers of geography.

The GA support teachers’ professional needs through their journals, publications, training courses, Annual Conference, Quality Marks, teaching resources, social media activity and a variety of local and national network activities. They have several thousand members including primary and secondary teachers, through to academics and businesses. If you or your organisation is interested in becoming a member you can join the GA here

Read the GA’s blog on the importance of critical thinking.

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