Taking Action: Students as Global Citizens

Free Resource

The Taking Action Project was a Professional Learning experience for teachers of Humanities, English and Technologies that combined aspects of human rights and social justice, outlined in topics sourced from Years 5 - 10 Australian Curriculum Geography and Civics and Citizenship. Students had the opportunity to produce a digital resource to argue their evidence-based perspective on a global issue and in doing so, demonstrate their Critical thinking, Ethical Understanding and Intercultural Understanding.

This teaching and learning resource is suitable for teachers of all levels of experience from a range of subject areas such as History, Geography, English, Technologies and Civics and Citizenship. It provides a series of case studies showcasing a Project Based Learning (PBL) inquiry approach by students from Years 6 to Year 9.

This publication, Taking Action: Students as Global Citizens, provides a valuable workshop tool as an illustration of quality teaching that demonstrates how several aspects of the Australian Curriculum can be implemented by creating an authentic, student-driven task.

Click here to access the free Taking Action Resource. 





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