Generation Brexit

Learning from Brexit: An Open Access Educational Toolkit for A/AS Levels in Business Studies, Economics, Media Studies, Government & Politics and Sociology

As part of the Generation Brexit project, the LSE based research team have created open access educational resources aimed at the A/AS level curriculum in Business Studies, Economics, Media Studies, Government & Politics and Sociology. A series of activities & resources has been developed to support curriculum relevant learning using Brexit as a case study. Each topic-based study guide is securely located on LSE’s website, and uses the LSE’s Mahara learning technology to bring together a range of learning materials, including videos, podcasts, blogs and powerpoint slides. 

Teachers may wish to use or adapt these resources & activities for classroom delivered lesson plans or home learning tasks. Students will also find these resources & activities useful as part of their independent learning and exam preparation. We hope our study guides will inspire young people to get involved in the Generation Brexit project. This is an important issue that will continue to affect young people for many years to come. We want to know what you think, and we will communicate your ideas to the negotiators in London and Brussels.
 
A detailed list of all topics covered can be found below. In the meantime, you may want to go to the topics page to find out what other young people are saying about Brexit. If you see an idea that you like, vote for it. If you see an idea that you disagree with, tell us why. If you have an idea that you would like to share, we’d love to hear it. Just curious…that’s okay too. EVERYONE is welcome on Generation Brexit!

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