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|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||Lesson plan Lesson plan (500 words).||15%|
|Semester Assessment||Evaluation Evaluation of lesson plan (1000 words).||35%|
|Semester Assessment||Theoretical essay Theoretical essay (1500 words).||50%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Lesson plan Lesson plan (500 words). All failed elements of the assessments must be re-taken if the student's average mark falls below the required pass mark of 40%.||15%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Evaluation of lesson plan. Evaluation of lesson plan (1000 words). All failed elements of the assessments must be re-taken if the student's average mark falls below the required pass mark of 40%.||35%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Theoretical essay Theoretical essay (1500 words). All failed elements of the assessments must be re-taken if the student's average mark falls below the required pass mark of 40%.||50%|
On successful completion of this module students should be able to:
Demonstrate an understanding of the background to the implementation of ESDGC.
Evaluate the implementation of ESDGC.
Discuss the links between society, culture and environment in an educational context.
Develop strategies for implementing ESDGC.
To allow students to evaluate how children's lives are closely linked to culture and environment.
The module will introduce students to the background of Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship and will consider how it has been implemented in Schools. The module will consider more widely the relationship between Children and their environment drawing on social and cultural aspects.
Session 1: Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship: A background.
Session 2: Implementation Policy.
Session 3: Implementation in Practice.
Session 4: Challenges and barriers to Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship.
Session 5: The Child as a Global Citizen.
Session 6: International Perspectives on Global Citizenship and Childhood.
Session 7: Connecting the World.
Session 8: Lifestyle, identity and culture.
Session 9: Analysing the links between society, economy and the environment.
Session 10: The Welsh Context.
|Skills Type||Skills details|
|Application of Number||Students may analyze numerical data in researching their assignments.|
|Communication||Students will have the opportunity to develop their written and oral communication skills. Oral presentation skills will be developed through in class discussions and written skills will be developed through the assignments.|
|Improving own Learning and Performance||Students will be required to undertake self-directed study in terms of the wider reading and assignment preparation. Attendance in sessions will enhance a range of learning skills.|
|Information Technology||Students will develop competency in utilizing electronic sources of information through bibliographic and web based sources. All assignments will be submitted in a word processed format.|
|Personal Development and Career planning||Students will develop a range of transferable skills including time management, team work, communication and evaluative skills.|
|Problem solving||Students will analyse a range of sources and texts as part of their independent research towards the assignments. Problem solving activities will form part of the lectures.|
|Research skills||Students will have the opportunity to undertake independent research for their assignments.|
|Subject Specific Skills||Students will have the opportunity to develop lesson plans and learning strategies.|
|Team work||Students will have the opportunity to work in groups as part of the activities during and in between lectures.|
This module is at CQFW Level 4