Welcome to Global Footprints
The challenges facing the world involve all of us wherever we live. In our increasingly globalised world the earth’s resources and wealth are not shared sustainably or justly. Growing poverty and reduced access to the basic essentials of life is the daily reality for many people on the planet, but this does not have to be the future, we can all do something to reduce global inequality and the effects of climate change.
Global Footprints is for teachers and young people to explore global and social issues and increases students' understanding of the connection between their lives and the lives of others around the world, as well as emphasising the need to work together to protect the planet.
Teachers can get started straight away by clicking through to Learning in a Global Context – a menu of support to help schools engage with global learning. Complete the AUDIT and get a tailor-made action plan for your school!
Click here for the Global Calendar. Black History Month this October Celebrates Civil Rights Act and International Day of the Girl Child is on the 11th October .
Quality or Quantity?
Measuring our impact on pupil attitudes and actions on MDGs and related development issues
HEC Global Learning Centre are working on an exciting new EU funded project reviewing the existing resource How Do We Know It’s Working? A toolkit for measuring attitudinal change from Early Years to KS5.
The pack offers teachers and educators tools for measuring the impact of their GC work on children and young people's attitudes and values.The toolkit will be further reviewed and developed with a particular focus on the Millennium Development Goals. If you would like to be involved in this exciting project - Just let us know! our details are below.
Do you want to learn more about the impact our actions have on our local community and globally? Do you want to make a difference? Read on... The sections on global footprints: