iRespect.net wins NGfL approval
A good start to 2004 for iRespect.net when we learned that the site
was approved by the National Grid For Learning. They commented that iRespect
"Valuable original material, especially the stories and history section.
Useful guidance and links for teaching about tolerance. Primarily aimed
but relevant nationally."
And also that,
"This is a valuable teaching resource giving personal histories of people
from varying ethnic backgrounds, cultures, religions and expectations
who live in the UK. It provides a wealth of information for teachers in
the formal school situation or the casual browser and learner at home. The
is well signposted and easy to use."
is now listed on the NGfL and VTC websites, to visit the sites click on
the logos here:
The directory entry for iRespect.net reads as follows: created by Gloucestershire
County Council's Centre for Intercultural Resources and Language Education,
and resources for
students, educators and the wider community on the themes of positive tolerance,
citizenship and cultural diversity. It includes lesson plans for teachers,
a collection of life stories, and black and Asian history in Gloucestershire.