Follow Us:

Preparing Teachers for Global Citizenship Education, Technical Meeting to Develop a Modality for Teachers to Embed GCED into the Curriculum
27 February – 1 March 2017, Bangkok, Thailand
A project funded by the Korean Funds-in-Trust
Organized by UNESCO Asia and the Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, Thailand
Preparing Teachers for Global Citizenship Education, Technical Meeting to Develop a Modality for Teachers to Embed GCED into the Curriculum
27 February – 1 March 2017, Bangkok, Thailand
A project funded by the Korean Funds-in-Trust
Organized by UNESCO Asia and the Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, Thailand

 

Preparing Teachers for Global Citizenship Education

Technical Meeting to Develop a Modality for Teachers to Embed Global Citizenship Education into the Curriculum

27 February – 1 March 2017   |    Bangkok, Thailand

There is an urgent need to make education more relevant to local and global needs and demands. Faced with challenges from all sectors, global citizenship education (GCED) has emerged as a viable approach for nurturing learners to become informed, critically literate, socially connected, ethical and engaged global citizens. Fostering global citizenship has gained substantial support from policy makers and educators. While there is no agreed definition of global citizenship, it refers to a sense of belonging to the global community, promoting values such as non-discrimination, respect for diversity and solidarity for humanity.


With support from the Korean Funds-in-Trust, UNESCO Bangkok is implementing a project, Preparing Teachers for Global Citizenship Education, to enhance the capacity of teacher educators, teachers and school leaders to deliver quality global citizenship education. As part of the project, UNESCO Bangkok is organizing a Technical Meeting to Develop a Modality for Teachers to Embed Global Citizenship Education (GCED) into the Curriculum on 27 February-1 March in Bangkok, Thailand. The main objective of the meeting is to discuss the scope and framework for developing a template that can assist teachers to embed and integrate GCED into their teaching practices.

The 70 participants attending the meeting include policy makers, teacher educators and school leaders from the project’s nine target countries (Bhutan, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Sri Lanka and Thailand), resource persons and UNESCO partners. They will be introduced to key concepts of GCED, innovative pedagogies and useful resources during the meeting. The representatives from the nine countries are expected to be members of the national core teams tasked to implement follow-up activities and national training workshops after the meeting.

Important Resources:

 

 

 

For more information about the meeting and project, please contact lc.tan@unesco.org .

 

Presentations

Day 1:

Session 1:

     ◊ Meeting Objectives and Project Overview (Lay Cheng Tan)  -  pdf, 1.51mb

Session 2:

     ◊ GCED Concept and Teacher Education (Toh Swee Hin and Jonghwi Park)  -  pdf, 4.76mb

Session 3:

     ◊ Workshop on Creative Pedagogies (Francis Daehoon Lee)  -  pdf, 1.03mb

Day 2:

Session 5:

     ◊ Global Education (Marcos Sadao Maekawa)  -  pdf, 5.3mb

     ◊ ICT for GCED (Mel Tan)  -  pdf, 1.05mb

     ◊ Hands-on with ICT tools (Toan Dang, Hassan Shehzad)  -  pdf, 900kb

     ◊ ICT resources and tools (Mel Tan, Hassan Shehzad, Toan Dang)  -  pdf, 4.1mb

Day 3:

Session 9:

     ◊ The Scope and Framework for a GCED Template for Teachers (Facilitators: Toh Swee Hin, Francis Lee, Gerson M. Abesamis and Clifton Esteban)   -  pdf, 806kb