Creating resources for schools

Think Global specialises in supporting organisations to develop engaging, curriculum-relevant campaigning, fundraising and teaching resources and toolkits.

Organisations look to raise awareness of their mission and work in schools – but many of the resources produced are not widely used by teachers and don’t always meet teachers’ and students’ needs. Time-pressured teachers need easy-to-use resources which clearly fit with curriculum and statutory requirements and engage their students. With a strong understanding of both educational and development issues, Think Global works with organisations to ensure their teaching materials make it easy for teachers and young people to connect with a cause.

Our resource-writing team members are all teachers, with experience of developing global learning resources for their own classrooms as well as for professional publishers.

What can we offer?

  • Resource scoping: liaising with the client and key stakeholders to develop creative concepts, format options (from toolkits to schemes of work to websites) and resource outlines
  • Resource authorship: developing full, curriculum-relevant, engaging resources
  • Project management: full resource development from scoping to publication, including liaising with graphic designers and copy-editors
  • Dissemination via the Global Dimension Website and our network of many thousands of engaged teachers in the UK.

Who have we worked with?

The Think Global team has worked with clients from public, private and voluntary sectors, including:

To find out more about our schools resource development services, please contact our Programmes Team on 020 3751 3000 or email Sarah Williams via sarah.williams@think.global.org.uk.

“Consulting with our academic team and providing high-quality subject matter expertise, Think Global was instrumental in helping us to craft a professional development resource for teachers that can be used with a wide spectrum of age groups and disciplines.”

The International Baccalaureate