Prepare your students for 21st century global citizenship
Join the GLC in a special seminar series Do we all belong taking place in five regional Queensland locations in February and March 2018. The series is designed to assist Queensland teachers, curriculum leaders and support staff develop globally aware students who are critically literate, socially connected and ethically responsible.
Each seminar will be available as a full-day workshop (8.45am–3.00pm) or, for teachers who need more flexibility, a twilight workshop (4.00pm–5.30pm). The twilight workshop will be an abridged version of the full-day experience. Participants can receive up to 4.5 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and a completion certificate.
An informative presentation designed to examine key issues from the 2016 Scanlon-Monash Social Cohesion Report. Discover a significant need for promoting social cohesion and embedding global citizenship education.
Morning tea break
An interactive session designed to identify: perceived local challenges to social cohesion, current programs to promote social cohesion, and focus areas for promoting social cohesion in teaching and learning.
An exposé of global education resources aligned to relevant curriculum including vignettes of inspirational practice taking place in Queensland. Hear first hand from other teachers using the strategies with their students.
WORKSHOP LOCATIONS AND REGISTRATION
Avoid disappointment and register now by selecting from ONE of the following seminar options.