Building a World of Justice and Solidarity:
Global Education in the School System

LISBON 2018 International Conference

Workshop 

A2. In-Service Learning for teachers in Global Education

Learning about Global Education is a lifelong process, it implies continuous learning, experiencing and action. How can experienced teachers have access to Global Education and learn to improve the quality of Global Education? What resources do they need, and which are available to them? How can they experiment and improve their teaching methods? How can they deepen their experiences and improve their understandings of the complexity of the world? And how can national education systems move from the provision of sporadic training for interested and engaged teachers, to access to GE in-service for all teachers? This workshop will give the opportunity to engage in discussion with some countries that have experience in coordinated and nationwide approaches to lifelong learning for teachers – from newly-qualified teachers, to mid-career teachers, to mentor teachers – and identify possibilities for the integration of Global Education within these Continuous Professional Development (CPD) processes. 

Speakers:
Karen Pashby
Karen Pashby

UK | University Manchester

Mateja Kraševec
Mateja Kraševec

Slovenia | Association Humanitas

Facilitators:
Catherine Byrne
Catherine Byrne

Ireland | DICE - Development and Intercultural Education in Initial Teacher Education

Fernanda Ferreira
Fernanda Ferreira

Portugal | Inspirational coach

Rapporteur:
Frances Hunt
Frances Hunt

UK | DERC - Development Education Reseach Centre

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