The national recommendations on learning for sustainability (LfS) require all practitioners to embed LfS in their everyday values and practice. SCOTDEC is hosting a free one day conference on Thursday 14th May, entitled ‘Global Citizenship Matters’. It is aimed at primary practitioners and leaders, providing a space to share, reflect and network. Practical workshops including storytelling, numeracy, health, sustainable living and rights and participation will provide an opportunity to explore a range of global contexts and LfS themes and approaches.
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WOSDEC and the Global Learning Programme Scotland have organised a free professional learning event for primary teachers entitled Global Citizenship Matters: Rights, Global Citizenship and Learning for Sustainability.
Tam Baillie, Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People, and Ellen Doherty, General Teaching Council Scotland, will deliver keynote speeches.
When: 15 May 2015
Where: TouchBase, Sense Scotland, 43 Middlesex Street, Glasgow G41 1EE
The conference aims to support teachers in making the links between rights, global citizenship and learning for sustainability by providing:
- an opportunity to develop professional understanding of and confidence around learning for sustainability
- practical classroom tools to enhance learning & teaching for global citizenship
- space to share and reflect with colleagues
Practical workshops will cover:
- Children’s rights and participation
- Assessing global citizenship
- Planning for learning for sustainability (LfS)
To reserve a place contact: email@example.com
Developing a whole school approach to learning for sustainability requires teachers to practise what they teach. A shared culture and values-based approach can enable practitioners and children to work together meaningfully. Pupils learn much from how these values are modelled and implemented by their teachers. However, supporting the development of character and values is a responsibility shared by all: parents, young people, teachers, youth workers, employers and communities. On 15th & 16th June, a dedicated conference on character, culture and values will bring a diverse group of people together to learn from each other, connect on these issues and be inspired to take action.
For further information or to register please visit www.character.scot/conference. Registration is available until 22nd May 2015.