Development Education – FAQs for teachers and facilitators
This booklet is aimed at giving teachers and facilitators the knowledge and confidence to tackle important world issues and address matters around international development.
Development Education – FAQs for teachers and facilitators is a guide about how to incorporate discussion of global issues such as gender, climate change and poverty into your subject area. Development education aims to encourage young people to reflect on the challenges our world faces and consider solutions to these issues.
It gives information about terminology, methodology as well as hints and tips to get started.
Key learning outcomes:
- Know what development education is
- Understand how to incorporate development education into your subject area/project
- Be able to begin to plan activities for a lesson/session incorporating development education.
Suggested use: To empower teachers and facilitators to confidently embed development education into their practice.
Series: This booklet forms is part of the Concern Sustainable Development Goals Education Resources Series of 11 booklets which includes the Sustainable Development Goals, Development Education FAQs, No Poverty, Hunger, Good Health and Well-Being, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Responsible Consumption and Production, Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, Climate Change, Clean Water and Sanitation and Gender Equality.
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