DEA's response to joint DCSF and DFID consultation on a Global Learning Strategy.
DEA's response to DCSF's Pupil and Parent Guarantees is focused on pupil ambition 2: A broad, balanced and flexible curriculum including skills for learning and life for all pupils,
DEA’s response to the Carbon Management Strategy for Schools Consultation, November 2009
The term critical thinking is much contested. This article contributes to the debate by reflecting on what critical thinking means in the context of global learning.
DEA response to PSHE Curriculum reform consultation 30 April – 24 July 2009
The Primary Curriculum was reviewed for implementation in September 2011. DEA was involved throughout the process, these are the final documents which we submitted to the formal consultation which ended in July 2009.
At this time of change in schools, global learning has a vital role to play. In this thinkpiece, Becky Link from Tide~ global learning argues that, to make this real, those of us in support roles for teachers need to trust in their capacity to respond creatively to the challenges of global learning.
This pack consists of a set of leaflets which explore the global dimension to each secondary National Curriculum subject. It provides starting points for exploring what the global dimension means for particular subjects and can also be used for cross-curriculum planning. A PDF of the whole pack can be downloaded here; to download subject leaflets individually, go to our Global Dimension Website.
DEA response to the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) and the National College for School Leadership (NCSL) consultation on the proposed National Standards for School Leadership
DEA response to DCSF 21st Century Schools Consultation, March 2009