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Teaching for sustainable development through ethical global issues pedagogy

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Karen Pashby, Reader, Education and Social Research Institute, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Louise Sund, Senior Lecturer, Mälardalen University; Researcher, Örebro University, Sweden Su Corcoran, Research Associate, Education and Social Research Institute, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Kate Wicker, Research Assistant, Education and Social Research Institute, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK This article explores the creation of a resource that supports the development of critical approaches to teaching about global issues. We discuss the context within which the resource was co-designed and review the benefits of the resource for teachers and students, as well as the challenges encountered in the first year of using it in their classrooms. Global issues, citizenship, sustainable development In UK and Nordic contexts, global learning initiatives such as global citizenship education (GCE) and education for sustainable development have been criticised for

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