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Identifying sources of further support

Links to further support for global education teachers
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As we reach the end of the course, we also want to draw your attention to a number of further resources for support which are available to teachers with an interest in developing their knowledge and skills related to global education. This includes a number of networks, sources of information, teaching resources, and opportunities for further professional development.

To assist you in finding these, we’ve created a document (available for download at the bottom of the page) which includes information and contact details about those that we are aware of from our own experiences in the field.

While we have tried to make the list as accessible as possible to teachers around the world, we recognise that there are likely to be many sources that we aren’t aware of. So we welcome any thoughts about other resources or networks that you know of. Please post these in the Comments area below if you would like to share them with us.

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