English and Geography for Global Citizenship Education

Student work samples

‘The resources in Global Words address discrete disciplinary knowledge and skills within the context of critical thinking and problem solving across disciplines, i.e., what we call ‘deeper thinking’ at ISKME. This type of content is of the highest priority for ISKME and the OER Commons collection!’

Letha Kay Goger, OER Digital Librarian
Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME)

Illustration of a Wordle with the graphical representation of words in different colours that are made larger from their frequency of useMaterials found from this page can help provide examples for teachers and students as stimulus to their own work. The first example (left) is an ‘author created’ illustration of a word-visual, or wordle that might be created by students in Teaching and learning activity 4, in the Junior Secondary, Refugees and migration unit, Seeking refuge — the journey. Click to enlarge.

From the classroom

Read the first classroom contribution of work samples from St Andrew’s Malabar, Year 4, where the teacher was able to integrate Global Words Junior Primary Sustainability materials with Science.

To send us your own student work samples from activities in units, use the form on the Contribute page to upload files and we can post them to be shared.