Resource Title

Schools Across Borders: Global Citizens Resource

Summary

This resource is aimed at post-primary level schools by focusing on conflict, human rights and justice issues through the lens of young people’s experiences from both Israel and Palestine.

Peer -to-peer learning is used to navigate all sides of the conflict and associated issues.
Also available on request is a DVD resource featuring participating Israeli and Palestinian students.

Participatory learning approaches are used to help students advance their research and reflection on the concepts of Interdependence, Human Rights, Universal Values & Beliefs and Conflict Resolution & Transformation.

Integrated Learning Baselines, Personal Reflection Assessments and Learning Outcomes checklists are included with each unit to help monitor key skills development.

Resource Details

  • Date added: 25th April 2013
  • Author: Schools Across Borders
  • Publisher: Schools Across Borders
  • Country of Publication: Ireland
  • Year: 2011
  • Page Count: 80

Description

The resource aims to encourage young people themselves to respond to the challenge: “Who is listening to the young people?”

The core aims of the resource are:

It can be used as a 40 hour module or flexibly applied to develop the relevant themes in your curriculum. It is structured into four main units in order to facilitate students to choose their learning paths based on knowledge, reflection and action.

Pupils will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement on completion of their portfolio.

Suggested Uses

Junior Cert: CSPE Action Project, R.E. and Geography

Transition Year

Leaving Certificate: Religious Education, Geography, & Politics and Society

Leaving Certificate Applied : Social Education Contemporary Issues Task

Other information:

For schools that wish to participate in the school-linking programme, the resource is supplemented with opportunities for direct communication and action task exchanges with Israeli and Palestinian students.

Visit http://www.schoolsacrossborders.org for further information

Available from:

  • Hard copies are also available on request: cost €40