Discover how using arts-based research presents rich data, offers levels of engagement that are cognitive and emotional, and provides creative ways to explore experiences of Roma girls in London, England.
For students to become innovative problem solvers and contributing global citizens, classrooms must change. Explore a cross-curricular approach that provokes discovery, pertinent discussions, and projects.
Explore the ‘global status of girls’ via inquiry. Subjects include: gendercide, education, and more. Receive resources addressing key issues, the C3 Framework, and International Human Rights Standards.
Discover the use of culture boxes to actively engage students in the inquiry process, promote cultural, and foster geographical understanding. Receive personal world-wide examples, classroom-ready lessons, and resources.
Bringing the history of nuclear testing to life using a modern-style documentary blending first-person accounts with animated storytelling, explore the power of engaging students with creative and critical thinking opportunities.
Explore classroom-ready resources that integrate global citizenship, geographic thinking, literacy, technology, and C3 inquiry around the theme of Tokyo, its people, culture, and history, and the Olympic/Paralympic Games.
Students’ education should not be limited to the confines of classrooms. Partner with TOP and GAPP to experience Germany through AFFORDABLE international travel, free instructional resources, and lasting international friendships.