“They have a Connecting Classrooms relationship with a school in Rwanda to further develop their global citizenship. Their projects will be focusing on shared improvement of literacy and cultural understanding.
“I use ‘Blooms Buttons’, a tool I learned during CPD week in Kigali.
“I have developed a history unit on the Rwandan genocide to tie in with our Holocaust study, which will also be TALULAR.
“I am more willing to try new ideas in my classroom, and I also have a global family of teachers now whom I often take inspiration from.
“GLP challenges you in more ways than one – my view of education changed, of myself and my capabilities, and of my role in helping to create a sustainable future.
“Participants are contributing to the future of quality education in their overseas placement at home. Most importantly for me have been the relationships I made with Scottish educator, and our Rwandan counterparts. They are an ongoing source of inspiration.”