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Global citizenship reflections from Australian school students
In a YouTube trawl, I came across some very recent postings from a number of Australian students. They had a task of producing a video to record and reflect on an interview they conducted with someone with a different outlook or background who had made a stand on something they cared deeply about. The students comment very articulately on what they learned from the interview. Reflection is an aspect of global citizenship work that students and teachers find challenging. IGCA participants may find these videos give them some ideas or thoughts.
Remember that we have IGCA “Face to Face” materials for students to interview someone from a different background.
You can find them on the IGCA Ning site at: