Get up and Goals Italy
The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the examples of discontinuity in social life which are usually the object of study for historians. Even without the benefit of historical hindsight, it is already possible to observe some changes in our way of thinking, living and teaching. As in any crisis situation, as well as the evident suffering, it is also p
This article is the third of the series: "GCE: Instructions for use". Download all articles on the dedicated section of our Library.
AN EXAMPLE: GCE AS A BASIS TO ORGANIZE THE HISTORY CURRICULUM
This article is the second of the series: "GCE: Instructions for use". Download all articles on the dedicated section of our Library.
Curriculum design: a fundamental aspect of the teacher's professionalism<
The emperor penguin, the crane, the swallow, the hummingbird, the European turtledove and the alpine sparrow, among others, are examples of birds that can help us remember the United Nations 17 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
The publication "17 birds for 17 SDGs" links each objective with a birdâ€
This article is the first of the series: "GCE: Instructions for use". Download all articles on the dedicated section of our Library.
The Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB), in collaboration with the Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics of the ESADE Academic Institution (EsadeGeo), issues an annual document to highlight the themes that will mark the international agenda, as well as collect the feedback from different group
Last November, the Get up and goals! team took part in the global event Envision 4.7 in Helsinki.
We brought our contribution to Global Citizenship Education, facilitating a workshop called Innovation in teaching GCE: cha
Eric Vanhaute, professor of World History at the Belgian University of Ghent, and Claudia Bernardi, Political Science researcher and lecturer at the Italian University of Roma Tre, co-authored the brand new Global Geo-History Textbook for the Get Up and Goals!