<b>From reviewing the paper ‘ The role of Global Citizens in today’s world’ it is evident that development Education is important because it helps students understand global issues and their place in the world. It encourages students to think critically about the root causes of poverty, inequality, and environmental degradation, and to explore possible solutions. By learning about these issues, students can become more informed and responsible decision-makers, and can take action to make positive changes in their communities and beyond.</b>

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<b>To include Development Education in my own teaching, I would start by incorporating relevant topics and activities into my lessons. I would use a variety of teaching methods, such as group discussions, case studies, and simulations, to engage students and encourage them to think critically. I would also encourage my colleagues to do the same, by sharing resources and ideas and collaborating on projects and activities.</b>

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<b>To encourage colleagues to plan development education activities throughout our school, I would organize workshops and training sessions to provide them with the knowledge and skills they need. I would also work with school administrators to ensure that development education is included in the curriculum and that resources are available to support it. Overall, I believe that development education is essential for preparing students to be active and engaged global citizens, and I would strive to make it a priority in my own teaching and throughout my school.</b>

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