Intermediate and advanced
Migration, overcoming cross-cultural misunderstanding, SDG’s, identify and challenge racist attitudes
Who is this for?
The course is ideal for KS2 and KS3 teachers and TAs. Course attendance is also welcomed from teaching assistants who have the opportunity to deliver activities to student groups or classes within their job role and responsibilities in England
How will I benefit?
- Gain deeper awareness and understanding of the realities and complexities of Migration
- Have reflected on their own understanding, views and attitudes towards Migration, considering multiple perspectives
- Have increased confidence to explore attitudes and experiences within their school community and understand how to create open spaces for dialogue and critical thinking
- Explore a range of effective teaching resources and methodologies to nurture learners’ values, skills and attitudes for understanding, engaging with and acting positively on issues around Migration
- Have a range of new approaches to support learners to understand global and historical inequality, become more open to difference, identify and challenge racist attitudes and therefore be more able to build relationships based on equity and trust
- Have critically applied new ideas and approaches within their own school contexts
- Have gained tools to evaluate teaching methods and the impact they have.
The commitment for intermediate is 6 hours, for advanced is 12 hours.
This training is more suitable for participation from whole school groups or clusters. Training courses are capped at 30 participants to maintain quality, rigour and a personal approach. A minimum of 6 attendees is required to book a course.
How to book
CODEC. The Consortium of Development Education Centres (CoDEC) has over 20 specialist member organisations located across England.