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The world is yours as well

to także twój świat
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Katarzyna Szajda

on 24 October 2013

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Transcript of The world is yours as well

the world is yours as well
aims

rising active participation of young people
rising awarness on global issues
global education
EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
EDUCATION FOR PEACE
INTERCULTURAL LEARNING
HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION
GLOBAL DIMENSSION OF CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION
priorities..

2005 first edition: intercultural learning

2006 second edition: development education

2007 third edition: education for sustainable development

2008 foruth eduction: intercultural learning

2009 fifth edition: human rights
target groups
PUPILS
trainig with the focus on priority of the year
training on project management
projects prepared by pupils for Global Education Week
evaluation meeting
STUDENTS
taining: abc of worskhop facilitation
training: coaching and tutoring
delivering workshop within Global Education Week
evaluation meeting
TEACHERS
training: didactics of teaching, interactive methods
training: coaching at school, how to support pupils councils
how to motivate youngsters to be active
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600 + 800 + 1300 + 1700 + 4000 = 8400
pupils from the region (Lower Silesia) participating in activities organised within Global Education Week
structure of the project:
training for pupuls (4 day training, 4 weeks before the Global Education week)

pupils preparing projects for Global education week (between training and GEW)

Global Education Week

evaluation meeting
training for students
training for teachers
RESULTS

pupils active in students council
establisment and more active members of regional youth council
involvement in the 3rd sector
young people more motivated to do something for their local community

learning outcomes for pupils
young people more aware of their strenghts and talents
young people thinking in critical way
higher awarness on global issues

METHODS

simulations
role plays
case studies
coaching and tutoring
method of educational and social project
GLOBAL EDUCATION WEEK
mini projects organised by pupils
workshops
movies
meetings with interesting people
happenings
concerts
follow ups
open space:
education is action
GEW 2008
50 teachers, students, educators, representatives of NGOs, active peoples
open space: how to motivate? how to teach? how to promote global issues? how to rise active participation?
open space:
active participation for sustainable development
youth opens the space 2009
60 youth workers and educators from 23 countries
tool fair, good practicies, open space
planning projects for Global Education Week
cooperation and support:
Polish Commissionn for UNESCO
Ministry of Education
Schools from the region nad local NGOs
University of Wroclaw
learning to KNOW
learning to ACT
learning to BE
learning to BE TOGETHER
learning to CHANGE
/Jacques Delors/
UNESCO Initiatives Centre
www.unescocentre.pl
Kasia Szajda
kasia.szajda@unescocentre.pl
harbours of citizenship
euroregion Nisa
5 harbours in each neighbour country: Poland, Germany Czech Republic
next to schools, youth clubs,
target group: high school pupils
idea: long term support (min 1 year),
coach <-> 5 pupils
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