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Citizenship and Simulise

In Simulise, students’ development for Citizenship becomes visible and students can show how they are involved in social issues.

What is Citizenship

In Citizenship, students become aware of their responsibilities to others in society. This includes respecting diversity, promoting inclusiveness and contributing to a positive and supportive environment.

It also means developing critical thinking about social issues and having an awareness of the world around them. Students are encouraged to think about social, political and economic issues and understand how these issues affect individuals and communities.

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Citizenship at school

Lessons on citizenship focus on developing understanding, skills and attitudes needed for active and responsible citizenship. These lessons can cover numerous different topics, including social responsibility, diversity, democracy, human rights, environmental awareness and community engagement.

How the lessons are designed is up to a school’s discretion. This depends, for example, on the age of students and their own educational goals. The goal is to prepare students for active involvement in society and help them understand how their actions contribute to shaping a just and inclusive community.


Citizenship and Simulise

Whether citizenship is its own subject on the schedule, or recurs in several subjects, a portfolio can be the central place where students’ development becomes visible. Your students can track their activities, show how they are involved in social issues and, most importantly, reflect on how the commitment to citizenship has contributed to their personal growth and development.

They bring this portfolio with them to their further education or the workplace, where they continue their citizenship development.