Local Learning, Global Citizenship Conference 28 June 2010

Preparing our students for life in an increasingly complex world requires compelling learning experiences that challenge perceptions and stimulate curiosity. Curriculum reforms across the UK have put the global dimension and skills for the 21st century firmly on the agenda. The 2010 Annual Conference for UNESCO Associated Schools in the UK will be an opportunity to get behind the headlines and develop concrete ideas for how teachers can meet curriculum requirements and take forward local learning and global citizenship in schools. Workshops include: Running a Model United Nations, Discovering Cultural Identities and Using Media Tools to Support Global Learning. The event is free and open to all schools. For further information, please visit www.unesco.org.uk or contact Anne Breivik at abreivik@unesco.org.uk to register.

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