Monthly Archives: octubre 2013

Teaching GC In Other Subjects

It’s a good idea to collaborate with teachers of other subjects, besides English. Global Classrooms and the objectives of Educación Responsable can easily be incorporated into other subjects.  Every single subject can help with GC!  Take a look at the … Continue reading

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2013 Topics and Country Assignments

Here you will find this year’s topics and subtopics organized by ESO level as well as country assignments organized by IES. Temas_2013 Country Assignments 2013

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Non-State Actor Guide

Here you will find an in-depth look at the roles of the various Non-State Actors in the 2013 conference. As the Non-State Actor roles can be more ambiguous for our students, it is important to provide them with as much … Continue reading

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4º ESO Background Guide

Here you will find a Background Guide for the 2013 4º ESO Topic.  This year’s conference topics will focus on specific sub-categories within the MDG’s, and the attached document has been prepared by the Fundación Botín to provide you with … Continue reading

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3º ESO Background Guide

Here you will find a Background Guide for the 2013 3º ESO Topic.  This year’s conference topics will focus on specific sub-categories within the MDG’s, and the attached document has been prepared by the Fundación Botín to provide you with … Continue reading

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2º ESO Background Guide

Here you will find a Background Guide for the 2013 2º ESO Topic.  This year’s conference topics will focus on specific sub-categories within the MDG’s, and the attached document has been prepared by the Fundación Botín to provide you with … Continue reading

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