The Ultimate Dialogue Adventure can be used in many different ways in the classroom:
Can be used as an initiation or to enhance clubs outside of class that promote global citizenship, cultural education, communication skills, digital citizenship.
- Enrichment activity
Stretch the more able students by having them undertake activities and then research and seek out varied global perceptions and experiences on issues.
- Blended learning
Teach specific subjects in class (such as Dialogue skills from EOD, human rights, climate change). Construct critical questions with students and ask them to use them while participating in the topic dialogue space to help deepen their learning on the subject
- Flipped classroom
Have students complete a learning module or a topic on their own time. During class time, have students present their experience, engage in a follow up activity, or a dialogue.
- Independent learning
We have found that students are more open, honest and have a higher level of participation when their teachers do not have direct oversight; they are more focused on themselves and their peers which makes for better dialogue. Encourage students to participate and report back on their progress, helping them to map how they can increase their skills.
You can learn more about ways to use the Ultimate Dialogue Adventure in the classroom by accessing our Teacher Companion Guide, available in multiple languages: