This session will explore the links between STEM and sustainable development education global goals, global citizenship, outdoor learning and children’s rights. It is aimed at all practitioners (Early Years, Primary, Secondary, Post-16, CLD, local authority central teams and RIC) within the Northern Alliance region. The online event takes place Tuesday, [...]
Youth workers might be interested in this six-day training course Adventures in Global Education. This aims to help you explore active global citizenship through outdoor educational activities. The application deadline: 27 August 2021.
Child in the City article (29 July 21) shares a report from a global children’s charity. This surveyed young people about climate change. The vast majority of young people said they ‘know very little’ about what their own government is doing to combat the issue.
Read this inspiring story of how young people in the Highlands have created a Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) trail in Abriachan forest. This has been shared by STRIDE, the Global Citizenship magazine for schools.
STRIDE, the Global Citizenship magazine for schools, offers a brief guide to the standards. It highlights the important role Scotland’s five Development Education Centres have in supporting professional learning.
Services supporting outdoor learning are provided by these Scottish organisations.