ALP POSTER v2 updated

Applied Learning Programme

Global Citizenship Education thru’ Critical Social Inquiry: The RSS ALP framework

 

‘Global citizenship education aims to be transformative, building the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes that learners need to be able to contribute to a more inclusive, just and peaceful world.’

-"UNESCO Global Citizenship Education: Topics and Learning Objectives"

‘The purpose of social inquiry is to create knowledge (informational) and citizenship (transformational) outcomes. The aim of this social inquiry was to enable students to develop skills in social-inquiry research and to develop deeper understanding about their local community (with a focus on the concepts of identity, belonging, place, and change).’

-"What is Social Inquiry?’ by Bronwyn E Wood"

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Student Outcomes
Students are informed and critically literate

Students can

  1. Articulate a knowledge of global issues such as justice, equality, dignity and respect
  2. Demonstrate cognitive skills to think critically, systemically and creatively, including adopting a multi-perspective approach that recognises different views and perspectives
Students are socially connected and respectful of diversity

Students can demonstrate non-cognitive skills such as empathy and conflict resolution; communication skills and aptitudes for networking and interacting with people of different backgrounds, origins, cultures etc

Students are ethically responsible and engaged.

Students can act responsibly and work collaboratively to find solutions for local and global challenges, and to strive for the collective good