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Learning in a Global Context

Learning in a Global Context is a framework for helping schools engage in an ongoing process of developing global learning.

In this process the school can involve all members of the school community in equipping and inspiring students to make sense of their place in the world and their relationship to others both locally and globally.

There are five main components of the framework:

1. This Introduction leaflet, which gives an overview of the framework, core skills in global learning and a diagrammatic model.

2. ‘How Global is your School?’ online - straightforward questions about global learning in your school. You will automatically be sent some next steps to consider for developing global learning.

3. Supporting materials, in the form of guidance leaflets that offer on focal aspects of school practice promoted in the framework. See back.

4. Planning grid: a template to direct school planning in response to the framework

5. Training: Professional development and consultancy around global learning – with bespoke guidance and training as well as scheduled training days with HEC Global Learning Centre.