This resource originated as an exciting interdisciplinary Professional Learning experience for six AISWA schools to design a socially purposeful project, exploring a real world environmental issue based on Sustainable Development Goals #14 and #15. Teachers demonstrated professional growth by documenting their teaching and learning journey, and students produced an art exhibition and digital product to connect with others and share their actions. In doing so, both teachers and students demonstrated Global Competencies such as Creative and Critical thinking, Ethical Understanding, and ICT capabilities.
This teaching and learning resource is suitable for teachers of all levels of experience from a range of subject areas. It provides a series of case studies showcasing a Project Based Learning (PBL) inquiry approach by students from Year 2 to Year 6, as told by the teachers and students involved.
Click here to access the free Global Competencies in Action Resource 2022
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