The Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation and CODE have combined our efforts to create a multi-faceted resource package that we hope you will find informative and inspiring for your students.
We want to help you build global citizenship in your classrooms – empower your students to understand the challenges of accessing a quality education in Sub-Saharan Africa, in particular Mozambique, and how they can make a difference.
This take-action kit aims to guide students to understand and critique an increasingly interconnected and interrelated world. Students will develop critical and conscious citizenship skills, become more aware of quality education around the world, and explore their roles and responsibilities as global citizens locally and globally.
As students learn how to analyze local and global connections and issues, the lessons will help them recognize personal impacts and responsibilities on a local to global scale. Global Citizenship Education allows students to develop the knowledge and competencies to engage with a variety of issues in a meaningful and transformative way. Students will be equipped with the knowledge, skills, and strategies they need to make informed decisions regarding engagement in positive action for social change within their own lives, communities, and globally.
Download the Classroom Presentation Video and PDF Lesson Plans Here