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Summary of learning and next steps

read this short text by Nicole Blum and Frances Hunt to learn more about week 2 of their FutureLearn course
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This week we have:

  • had an overview of what is happening in global education practice and initiatives around the world;
  • explored how global education can be important for pupils and schools;
  • considered the key roles that teachers can play as facilitators of global education;
  • reflected on and shared our own outlooks and worldviews.

We hope that you have enjoyed the course so far and look forward to seeing you next week.

In the next session, we will look in more depth at some key thinking about global education from research, the key elements of global education, and approaches to teaching and learning.

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