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|Unit chair:||J Dyer (B)|
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This unit is a curriculum method unit for students undertaking a double Humanities method. The unit examines contemporary issues in globalisation, sustainability and citizenship from a range of perspectives and standpoints. The unit will encourage students to be active participants in a range of pedagogies and utilise a range of technologies to complement their studies in this unit. Students will examine evidence based research and then practical implications for curriculum in the secondary school. Students will develop skills in critical thinking and inquiry into citizenship in a global world; characteristics of global phenomena across natural and human events: sustainability, justice, peace, conflict and instability currently facing our global community. Students will examine in depth education programs in globalisation, sustainability and citizenship and explore global ethics and values.
Task 1 50% Teaching Seminar Report - students will prepare and deliver a seminar to peers on a selected global issue.
Task 2 50% Global issue case study - students will select from sustainability, justice, peace and citizenship to analyse a selected global issue.
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