Teaching Controversial Issues
  • Room 402, Babbage Building, Plymouth University

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The CLASP Network invites you to join this workshop for schools, with Karl Sweeney, Citizenship, PSHE and RE Advisor, and Dr Paul Warwick, from Plymouth University’s Centre for Sustainable Futures.

Teaching about environmental issues whether local or global can sometimes mean handling sensitive and controversial topics and discussions. 

This workshop is aimed at introducing you to some of the key points to bear in mind from a pedagogical perspective and share best practice. Activities will include approaches to debating, open space dialogue and enquiry methodologies.

Please book your place via the above link.

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