Initially everyone will be looking forward to hearing about your trip, especially your pupils. Think about what you’ve learned on placement, what did you notice was different and what was the same? What kind of things surprised you that you would also like your students to learn about? Think about where you can fit your experience in to your subject/class age and the curriculum.
Longer-term, you will want to weave Global Education and LfS into your practice in a sustained way; these are ideal platforms for interdisciplinary work and a great way to get your colleagues engaged. Our alumni network and your colleagues at the Development Education Centres are very happy to share examples of best practice and signpost you towards resources.
Throughout your association with GLP you will receive of reading recommendations and links to a range of resources.
GLP Alumni: “It comes very naturally as your students and staff will be very inquisitive. The best way to share and raise awareness is through assemblies or lunches. You will come back very inspired and it will be easy to slot your Rwandan experience in to your lessons and it doesn’t need to be straight away. Take some time and identify where it is going to be most beneficial for both you and your students.”