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.
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.
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.
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.
In the first of our Q&A's with our Global Educator of the Year 2018 finalists, GEYA winner Samantha Olubodun shares with us the importance of, and challenges she has faced, integrating global learning in to the curriculum.
Think Global recently hosted 4 UCL students as part of their Global Active Citizens Programme. During their time with us, they wrote a blog about their experience with understanding a global issue, thinking critically and taking action.
Teach First participant Phoebe Rudgard, shares why she feels that working with children from a young age to develop their language skills is key to developing the next generation of global citizens.
Hannah Langdana, Services Coordinator at Leeds Development Education Centre (DEC), talks about their work to engage, challenge and empower people to make positive changes towards a more just and sustainable world.
Ema Jackson, Campaign Manager at Send my Friend to School talks about their recent Parliamentary Action Day campaign, the inspiring students who took part and the need to make schools a safe haven for all.
Judy Chaussalet, Head of Development at Think Global, gives us a round up of our recent round table discussion on global learning and extremism, and our Global Educator of the Year Awards event at City Hall.