Greenpeace UK Global Dimension: the world in your classroom World Food Programe 9 Countries Where Students Are Happy They Went To School Today The promise of daily food can change how a student, and a family, looks a going to school. In partnership with local governments across the developing world, WFP provides school meals, which encourage families to keep sending their children to class each day and improve focus among the students. Post date: 07/25/2014 - 16:57 "Us Against Hunger" — A Student's Story Even as a child, Karen Garcia, a 21-year-old student at Texas Tech University in Texas, US, was dedicated to making a difference. Girls Just Wanna Have...Textbooks Can you imagine starting school each day in a classroom with few if any girls?
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From Hunger to Hope Teachers and students are especially important to World Hunger Relief and the World Food Programme because the more people learn about hunger, the more likely it is that the problem will be solved. The WFP offers a variety of educational tools including: Hunger Resources - Here you will find links to useful information and publications which can be used to get Hunger issues into the classroom including teaching materials, cross-curricular planning maps, and ideas for both teachers and students to get involved.
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GEP Primary Resources for Learning and Teaching Primary Global Dimensions Plan- Common Threads Common Threads: Weaving Child Rights into Global Education is designed for educators teaching Australian young people aged between 10-13 years, and is aligned with the new Australian Curriculum. Every one of us needs to be aware of our rights and responsibilities as we take on the role of active global citizens in this increasingly interconnected global world. Who is this guide for? Common Threads, is designed for educators teaching Australian young people aged between 10–13 years. It provides knowledge and resources needed to introduce young people in Australia to the concept of child rights and responsibilities in a global context. Through deep inquiry learning, this guide provides a powerful opportunity for young people to link their own experiences to their peers in the global community. Learning about Child Rights through the Curriculum Common Threads is developed in line with the Australian Curriculum and presented in three modules: Can Common Threads be used outside of the classroom?