Sharing the Planet

Sharing the Planet

  • Social Progress
  • Life on Land, Life Underwater
  • Resource Plan
  • 6 - 7 years
  • Art, Language, Maths, Qatar History, Science, Social Studies

Learning Outcomes:
Learners analyze and interpret the diversity of opinions and ideas relating to localization within both local and global contextual and conceptual frameworks.
Learners consider, contrast, and compare their local heritage and identity within the context of global issues with local impact, and local issues with global impact.
Learners describe, explain and interpret the characteristics, structures and interactions of a theme, group, project or organization related to glocalization.
Learners use their awareness of their own strengths and areas of growth in their understanding of glocalisation.
Learners consider, contrast, and compare their local heritage and identity within the context of global issues with local impact, and local issues with global impact.
Learners analyse and interpret the diversity of opinions and ideas relating to localization within a contextual and conceptual framework.
Learners reflect on action outcomes in order to demonstrate their understandings of glocalization and SDGs.

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Resource Publisher

National Museum

The National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) gives voice to Qatar’s rich heritage and culture. They welcome diverse communities to their vibrant and immersive space to come together to experience Qatar’s past, present, and future.

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