Teachers & Educators
Materials and guides for educators in formal and non-formal education.
An activity that can be adapted across Junior Cycle subjects that looks at questions of supply and global demand of vaccines – and what would an ethical Covid-19 vaccine programme look like?
Caitríona Ní Cassaithe and Ben Mallon introduce a teacher’s guide and methods for exploring modern slavery today and addressing complex issues such as inequality, power and exploitation
This blog follows up Niffy Olamiju’s report on Decolonising Development Education. ‘The Method’ series has on pedagogies and methods in the teacher and trainer’s toolbox
Political cartoons can contribute to one of education’s core objectives – the building of critical thinking. Explore 6 activities for using cartoons by Colm Regan
Political cartoons offer a visceral and critical space to question ideas, arguments and what we see in the world around us. Explore this cartoon by editorial cartoonist with the Irish Times, Martyn Turner, on the topic of Covid-19 vaccines and ‘investments’ by G7 countries
Is gluaiseacht é an ceartas aeráide a adhmhaíonn go bhfuil iarmhairtí sóisialta agus eacnamaíochta agus bagairt ar shláinte poiblí ag baint leis an athrú aeráide. Ní hamháin go bhfuil na hiarmhairtí seo ann, ach siad i bhfad níos measa sa chuid den domhan atá i mbéal forbartha. Níl an neamhionnanas seo ceart ná cóir. Mar sin, is gá le stráitéisí maolaithe agus oiriúnaithe fadtéarmacha.
October 16th is World Food Day, an international day celebrated every year to commemorate the founding of the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation. Ciara Regan introduces a range of activities to get you started on teaching the issues, the debates and key ideas around World Food Day
On the 25th anniversary of the most progressive agenda to advance women’s rights across the world, Ciara Regan introduces the Beijing Platform for action, summarises progress to date and suggests 5 activities for classroom use.