Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning 2018-2021
This external site can be visited to view a ‘Want to Know More…’ interview on Channels TV’s Sunrise programme; see what Nigeria educators say about Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning, (30 March 2019).
What is Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning?
Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (2018 – 2021) supports schools internationally to learn about and collaborate on the big issues that shape our world.
GLADE workers have been appointed as Local Advisors to schools and providers of Intermediate and In-Depth teacher development courses. Information on these will be provided shortly, in the meantime, check out a couple of the courses available free to teachers, TAs, HLTAS, EYFS practitioners ad FE staff in state-funded establishments.
The previous Connecting Classrooms programme, ran from 2015–2018, and built the capacity of around 45,000 teachers and 12,000 school leaders worldwide supporting them to integrate a range of core skills into the curriculum and included face-to-face/online learning training, professional partnerships, visit funding, template projects.
Connecting Classrooms 2015-2018 professional development offer for teachers and school leaders in participant countries was to support them to integrate a range of core skills into the curriculum, with a focus on:
- digital literacy
- critical thinking and problem solving
- creativity and imagination
- student leadership
- collaboration and communication
CCGL 2018 - 2021 further details of courses available from GLADE
Global Teachers’ Award Intermediate & In-Depth – https://www.codec.org.uk/
Other courses we are delivering for Pearson, CODEC and The Geographical Association – https://connecting-classrooms.britishcouncil.org/develop-skills/courses-england
Take a look at other school partnership courses
We can deliver a selection of partnership-style CPD courses to your school and teachers.
Find out more or get involved
Let us help you with questions, and in bringing Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning into your school or cluster.