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How to talk about the climate crisis to anyone – AimHi 10 November 2020 Free 2020-21 Wallpanner ready to order! 13 July 2020 ORCA Fin-tastic schools pack 30 October 2019 The impact of technology 20 May 2019 Clever Consumers 22 October 2018 Action Aid Big Me Week Big Me: ActionAid’s dress up day with a difference 14 September 2018 During ActionAid's Big Me week, between 8-12 October, schools are being invited to take part in a national dress up day in which pupils come in to school dressed as their dream job. Think Global’s 2018 Global Educator of the Year announced: Samantha Olubodun! 9 August 2018 Think Global are delighted to announce the winner of the 2018 Global Educator of the Year Award – Samantha Olubodun.  Train of hope by Franz Ferdinand Photography on Flickr Refugees welcome? 31 July 2018

Explore the news in class

Population: 7 billion people and counting… 31 July 2018

Teaching about world population issues.

Middle East 27 July 2018

Teaching ideas and useful links

Energy - Sources of Power: Solar Energy by UN Photo on Sustainable Energy 26 July 2018

How can more people worldwide get access to sustainable energy?

Coffee Handler with Beans from Coffee Cooperative by UN Photo on Co-operatives 26 July 2018

Teach about the co-operative movement.

GEYA 2018 Meet the 2018 finalists of our Global Educator of the Year Awards 9 July 2018 We are delighted to announce the three finalists for our Global Educator of the Year Award 2018. We will be announcing the winner at a special event on Friday 13 July at City Hall. A slum around the UNHCR-government run camp of Kutupalong which existed before the current crisis.. Photo credit: EU/ECHO/Pierre Prakash Rohingya Crisis 27 June 2018 Due to violence in Myanmar, more than 600,000 Rohingya people have been forced to flee to Bangladesh. Find links to new teaching resources to explore the crisis in your classroom. Think Global’s Diversity Today Award 1 June 2018 Think Global’s Start the Change programme is collaborating with NASUWT’s Arts and Minds to run a UK wide art competition. NASUWT has been running this art competition for over 10 years, with the aim of celebrating cultural diversity. Europe Migration By Sea 2006 to 2014 by Views of the World blog Migrants lost at sea 20 April 2018

Exploring the news

GEYA 2018 GLOBAL EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR 2018 14 March 2018 Could a teacher at your school be the 2018 Global Educator of the Year? Think Global are opening up nominations for this years awards and we're looking for educators who have found creative ways to engage young people in global learning and inspired students to take action on a global issue. uganda-workshop_LRTT Fellowship opportunity 14 November 2017 LRTT are currently recruiting qualified teachers to join their Fellowships and spend 3-4 weeks in summer 2018 in countries across Asia, Africa and South America sharing ideas and training teachers. Armathwaite Primary school Bring the world to your classroom 3 November 2017 Join Think Global's Spring term online course and gain in confidence in delivering global learning in your school. SMSC course activity Join our SMSC course 20 October 2017 Our SMSC training course is taking place in London on Friday 24 November and will enable teachers to use a range of global learning resources to support SMSC . 1 2 3 4 Next › Last »