Our training can be ‘stand alone’, or sessions can be combined as a sequence of twilights, a half-day or a whole day programme, which can take place in your school or at RISC’s conference centre in Reading. All sessions are interactive and include a range of Global Citizenship resources. If your school is registered with The Global Learning Programme you can spend your e-credits on training and support from RISC.
The Global Teachers’ Award (GTA) is a national award supporting teachers in developing skills, confidence and practical approaches to embed global learning in the curriculum and promote informed, active Global Citizenship with pupils. The Level 1 course was launched in autumn 2011 and Level 2 in December 2014.RISC’s Education Team is validated, through Liverpool Hope University, to deliver the award. Although its for individual teachers, GTA training (Level 1) can be booked for your whole school staff and delivered on an INSET day, or as a series of twilights. If your school has a small staff, why not team up with another school to share the costs?
RISC’s training for ITE institutions includes ongoing work with trainee teachers at Reading University, Oxford University and Oxford Brookes. We regularly deliver sessions for all three institutions and welcome opportunities to work with trainees.
To discuss your training requirements, find out about our full range of workshops, or make a booking, please contact us on 01189 586692 or email email@example.com
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Use RISC's newly published and innovative toolkit for measuring attitudinal change: discover activities for measuring our impact, as teachers, on pupils’ attitudes. Discuss how we can use what we find out to support the embedding of global learning. The session includes a copy of the resource for each school taking part.
Discover exciting opportunities to deliver Global Citizenship through Maths. Hands on activities using artefacts, books, images and online resources as the starting point for the development of mathematical thinking and language. The session includes time to consider a wide range of resources to bring social justice and sustainability into your Maths work.
beyond masks and drums:
global art and music without the stereotypes
Are you planning an African or Asian Arts week? Explore the work of artists and musicians from across the Majority World*. Their work challenges traditional stereotypes and explores issues of social justice and sustainability.
philosophy for children and global learning
An introduction to Philosophy for Global Citizenship explores how to use the P4C methodology to develop pupils' thinking skills in relation to key issues affecting all our lives - both locally and globally.
What makes values “British”? This workshop will help you find the overlaps between Global Citizenship values and attitudes, the values your school wants to promote, and how these correlate with government requirements.
sustainability: go beyond recycling!
Explore ways of empowering your pupils to be active global citizens, make connections between their own lives and those of others and take action for a more sustainable future.
*Majority World is a less perjorative term for Developing World, Global South or Third World