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Top 20 resources during 2019 on developmenteducation.ie

2019 was a busy year on a whole range of issues, ranging in everything from climate strike events across the world to fact checks and fighting hoaxes. Here’s the top 20 resources from the resources library developmenteducation.ie used in 2019.

Climate Change

Climate Change is divided into three manageable and informative sections. Using graphs, photographs, illustrations and facts, Climate Change aims to broaden secondary level student’s knowledge on the issue. Section one  – Understanding Climate – explores the different terminologies and definitions under the term ‘climate’.  It also focuses on what human

3. Ten activities to introduce DE to younger age groups

Looking to energise, introduce or start exploring a development education (DE) issue? Here we present 10 activities for younger groups and 30 activities for anyone over 12 years old. You can (and indeed should) adapt them to suit the needs of your group. Feel free to use these in conjunction

Method 4: Public education and development issues

This section includes the following: Public ‘attitudes’ and aid issues – some implications for development education Coming to public judgement on development issues 7 steps in coming to public judgement – an opinion ‘learning curve’ Some key ingredients for success in the public education ‘learning curve’: learning from other movements

Hats off to the SDGs – a brief analysis of the plan to change the world

Where does one even begin to unpack the new sustainable development goals (SDGs)? When in doubt of what to think I always refer to the great Edward De Bono, thinking philosopher extraordinaire. De Bono created the ‘Six thinking hats’ tool to aid people to think fully and clearly about anything

Development Education: where we’ve been; where we need to go

This blog was written to stimulate discussion at an Irish Development Education Association seminar in Dublin on 4th May 2016.  It is based upon my own thinking about what has been achieved over the past three decades, some trends and patterns I see dominating at the moment (not all positive)

Method 1 – The 3-Step approach

A simple but very useful ‘3-step approach’ to doing development education and global citizenship education. “At best, a lecturer (teacher) speaks with and for her audience, not to or at it. She takes leads, images and stirrings from her audience, and reflects back to them tentative accounts and explanations for

Working with groups

INTRODUCTORY ICE-BREAKERS Who am I? Ask participants to sit in a circle. Explain that you are now going to call out some categories of people. Anyone belonging to a particular category must move quickly to sit in the middle of the circle. If they belong to the next category mentioned