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This section of the GDE project website provides links to relevant publications on the global dimension in education produced by a variety of organisations and educational bodies. You will need Adobe Acrobat installed on your PC in order to download these documents.

 

Developing the Global Dimension in the School Curriculum (DfES)

Enabling Effective Support: responding to the challenges of the global society, a strategy of support for the global dimension in education (DfID)

Global Express: the rapid response information series for schools on world events in the news - October 2005 (Manchester DEP & Oxfam GB)

KS3 Revised Curriculum Citizenship: Learning For Life and Work Area: Local and Global Citizenship Strand. The statutory requirements are set out in bold under the Key Concepts and Learning Outcomes. Additional suggestions/guidance appear in plain text. All examples are in italics. Investigations may combine different concepts and should span local, national, European and global contexts. All of the illustrations offered aim to relate this strand to Life and Work contexts. (CCEA Refined April 2004)

KS3 Revised Curriculum Employability: Learning For Life and Work Area: Employability Strand. The statutory requirements are set out in bold under the Key Concepts and Learning Outcomes. Additional suggestions/guidance appear in plain text. All examples are in italics. All of the illustrations offered aim to relate this strand to Life and Work contexts. (CCEA Refined April 2004)

KS3 Revised Curriculum Geography: Environment and Society Learning Area: Geography Strand. The statutory requirements are set out in bold under Knowledge Understanding and Skills in column 1; and under the Curriculum Objectives and Key Elements in columns 2, 3, and 4 and Learning Outcomes at the bottom of the page. Additional suggestions/guidance appear in plain text. All examples are in italics. All of the illustrations offered aim to relate this strand to Life and Work contexts. (CCEA Refined April 2004)

KS3 Revised Curriculum History: Environment and Society Learning Area: History Strand. The statutory requirements are set out in bold under Knowledge, Understanding and Skills in column 1; and under the Curriculum Objectives and Key Elements in columns 2, 3, and 4 and Learning Outcomes (at the bottom of the page). Additional suggestions/guidance appear in plain text. All examples are in italics. All of the illustrations offered aim to relate this strand to Life and Work contexts. (CCEA Refined September 2004)

KS3 Revised Curriculum Personal Development: Learning For Life and Work Area: Personal Development Strand. The statutory requirements are set out in bold under the Key Concepts and Learning Outcomes. Additional suggestions/guidance appear in plain text. All examples are in italics. All of the illustrations offered aim to relate this strand to Life and Work contexts. (CCEA Refined April 2004)

Millennium Development Goals: a progress chart 2005 (UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs and the UN Department of Public Information)

The Millennium Development Goals Report - 2005 (United Nations Department of Public Information)

Northern Ireland Revised Curriculum Primary (CCEA)

The State of the World's Children 2005: childhood under threat (UNICEF)

A Strange Illness: issues and research by children affected by HIV/AIDS in central China - 2005 (Fuyang Women's and Children's Working Committee & Save The Children)

Supporting the Standards: the global dimension in ITET (World Studies Trust 2005)