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Nurturing global scientists is key to the creation of a clean and fairer world for the future. A global citizenship approach enables learners to appreciate the relevance of science and investigate how it can be used to answer vital questions to global challenges.

This guide includes practical advice for embedding global citizenship in topic areas like health and disease, water and climate change. It also has handy links to teaching resources which can be used in your lessons.

Mae meithrin gwyddonwyr byd-eang yn allweddol er mwyn creu byd glanach a thecach ar gyfer y dyfodol. Mae dull Dinasyddiaeth Fyd-eang yn galluogi dysgwyr i werthfawrogi arwyddocâd Gwyddoniaeth, ac i ymchwilio i sut y gellir ei defnyddio i ateb cwestiynau hanfodol ynghylch heriau byd-eang.

Mae’r canllaw hwn yn cynnwys cyngor ymarferol ar gyfer ymgorffori Dinasyddiaeth Fyd-eang ym meysydd pwnc tebyg i iechyd a chlefyd, dŵr, a newid yn yr hinsawdd. Mae hefyd yn cynnwys dolenni defnyddiol i adnoddau addysgu y gellir eu defnyddio yn eich gwersi.

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