Global Education

Teacher resources to encourage a global
perspective across the curriculum


Bibliography framework

Bibliography Frame
Use the Bibliography template to record bibliographic details of books, articles, video recordings and websites consulted during research, and then to compile a bibliography.
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Consequences chart

Consequences Chart
Use a Consequences chart to consider alternatives to a 'what if' question or a problem. Suggest possible solutions and then write the probable flow-on consequences of each solution to assist in making a final decision.
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Development compass rose

development compass rose
Use the development compass rose to examine an issue from a variety of perspectives — the ‘natural’, ‘economic’, ‘social’ and ‘who decides (power)’.
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Diamond ranking

Diamond Ranking
Use a Diamond-ranking chart to order a list of items according to several priorities.
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Fishbone diagram

Use a Fishbone diagram to provide a systematic way of considering a problem. The scales could be labelled with words such as 'how', 'when', 'where', 'why' and 'what' or the colours of de Bono's thinking hats.
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File size: 77.8KB

Flow chart

Flow Chart
Use a Flow chart to list a series of events that have happened, or might happen, sequentially. Other boxes could be added to show related events.
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Futures line

Use a Futures line to consider two possible futures.
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Futures wheel

Futures Wheel
Use a Futures wheel to consider how development or a change in the central area may affect the future of other areas.
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Placemat proforma

Use the Placemat proforma to consider personal opinions on a question or issue and then discuss and record a group response in the centre space.
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PMI chart

Use the Pluses, Minuses and Interesting/Implications (PMI) chart to evaluate an issue, compare advantages and disadvantages, and make decisions. In the Pluses column enter all the positive elements, in the Minuses column enter all the negative elements and in the third column enter the elements that cannot be classified precisely as positive or negative (Interesting) or potential outcomes (Implications). A scoring system can be added to this chart to inform decision-making.
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PNQ chart

Use a Positive Negative Question chart to consider the positives, negatives and questions about an issue and identify questions for further research.
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T Chart
Use a T-chart to classify ideas or issues supporting or negating a proposition.
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File size: 66.6KB

Venn diagram

Venn Diagram
Use a Venn diagram to compare two things, people, places, events or issues, by recording aspects of similarity where the circles overlap and aspects of difference in the separate sections of the circles.
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File size: 95.8KB

Web map

Web Map
Use a Web map (or Concept map) to assist in activities that involve planning, brainstorming, note-making, organising or problem-solving. Record the issue or topic in the centre and note the related ideas around it. Use lines, colours, labels and arrows to show links between ideas.
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Y Chart
Use a Y-chart to brainstorm ideas based on what you see, hear or feel.
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