Teachers’ Attitudes to Global Learning

Teachers’ Attitudes to Global Learning

Ipsos MORI surveyed 848 teachers in primary and secondary state schools in England between 5 November and 10 December 2008 on behalf of DEA. The overall aim of this study was to gather information regarding teachers’ attitudes to global learning and their confidence in teaching it. Questions asked on behalf of DEA covered:

  • Opinions on the importance of teaching about a range of global issues;
  • Opinions on how well the current school system provides global learning; and
  • Teachers’ confidence in addressing global issues such as climate change, interdependence between countries and emerging economies.

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