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There are 8 resource(s) with 'participation' theme .

Citizenship for the Future: A Practical Classroom Guide

WWF (2001)

An issue based resource, which provides practical support for teachers wishing to bring citizenship and a futures perspective into the classroom. Part 1 provides the background and theoretical… [more]

£12.00

Country Profile: India

Oxfam (2004)

This country profile provides a short, readable account of the social, environmental, historical, and economic background of India, and then focuses on the real lives of ordinary people and the… [more]

£7.95

What is Participation?: Discussing Global Issues Series

(2004)

Much has been said about how Citizenship Education should increase young people's participation in school and the community. This booklet is designed to help clarify what 'participating' actually… [more]

£10.00

Fat Felts and Sugar Paper

(1998)

Practical activities for enabling children to think, question and talk about what's going on in the world, and to listen to other's views. A stimulus to planning for speaking and listening, this… [more]

£7.75

Partners in Rights

Save the Children (2000)

Engaging and creative approaches to exploring children's rights and citizenship issues with children aged 7-11. A range of activity sheets, photo cards and a 'rights' poster capture the individual… [more]

£17.25

What is Development? Teaching About Development

TIDE (2005)

This pack supports teachers in enabling students to question the different dimensions of development while exploring a variety of perspectives and the influences of interdependence. It contains… [more]

£26.40

Change the World for a Fiver

Short Books (2004)

This fun, interactive, best-selling book inspires students to think about their everyday actions and how small changes (from planting a tree – seeds provided! – to declining plastic bags in… [more]

£5.00

Country Profile: Albania

Oxfam (2000)

This country profile provides a short, readable account of the social, environmental, historical, and economic background of Albania, and then focuses on the real lives of ordinary people and the… [more]

£7.95