Teachers & Educators
Materials and guides for educators in formal and non-formal education.
Brighid Golden explores the concepts of sympathy, empathy and selective empathy and how to explore these in your teaching spaces.
In the shadow of the most traumatic attack on Jewish people since the Holocaust and what Palestinian people are referring to as a ‘second Nakba’, Ciara Regan shares a three-point guide for educators and teachers looking to make sense of the latest and most extreme clash of violence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
What do fashion companies and EU lobbying have to do with greenwashing, but don’t know where to begin your learning journey? Part three in the series by Rachel Elizabeth Kendrick
Who is responsible and who is to blame for practices that can only amount to being called greenwashing? A teachers’ guide by Rachel Elizabeth Kendrick
A guidebook to support teachers and students in learning about greenwashing as a barrier to sustainable development.
71 smeach-chárta ar líne (liosta focal) ag Aoife Nic Dhomhnaill.
Let’s learn about global justice but make it fun! 10 games to include in your development education practice
A round up of my favourite 10 games to include in your global citizenship education practice, by Niffy Olamiju
Screenshot from Project Honduras. Produced by Trócaire. Gamification is a word we are seeing more and more in education, but what is it, what are its benefits, and how can