Global Education

Teacher resources to encourage a global
perspective across the curriculum

The 2014 International Year of Family Farming focuses on eradicating hunger and poverty for families farming land, forests and the sea. Photo by AusAID


The Global Education website provides teachers with resources about a range of global issues supported by case studies, country profiles and teaching activities.


Share your resources and teaching suggestions in the Contributor's notes boxes or Sharing space.

A woman carries heavy buckets of water for washing to her home in Sekong, Laos. Photo by Jim Holmes for AusAID

Gallery of resources

The gallery of resources features searchable collections of photos, videos, teaching activities, templates, links and publications.

Teachers engage in active Professional Learning. Global Education Project

Professional Learning

The Global Education Project offers a variety of Professional Learning opportunities. See Contacts in the footer for details in your state.

Professional Learning Modules for a self-paced introduction to a global perspective are avaliable under the Teaching and learning tab.

Small island developing states are confronted with many problems – some intrinsic and timeless, others extrinsic and new. Photo © Anders Ryman/Corbis

Sustainable futures

Sustainable futures is one of the five learning emphases of a global perspective.

Working for a just future in which all people have access to their basic needs without compromising resources is a key aspect of global education.

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