During the course of November, LTS organised a series of successful regional events exploring global citizenship within the curriculum areas of sciences, social studies and technologies.
These events were attended by more than 350 practitioners from across Scotland and highlighted the potential for using climate change as a context for interdisciplinary learning.
The highlights of the events included presentations from renowned meteorologist and former BBC weather presenter Heather Reid OBE and a stimulating presentation by Richard Milne, recently voted by students at the University of Edinburgh as their most popular lecturer. Delegates also appreciated the opportunity to hear about the inspiring practice of many primary and secondary schools who have used climate change as a basis for supporting interdisciplinary learning.
Presentations from all three regional events are now available for general download via the DGC Glow group