SDG@SRVM

Let’s change our world!

TEACHER’S RESOURCES

STUDENT’S RESOURCES 

Earth School: TEDEd has launched the Earth School! This is a new educational resource organized into 30-Day Quests so that students can begin learning about the natural environment. From “The Nature of Society” to “The Nature of Change”, these entertaining quests contain modules and videos that will facilitate easy learning on understanding and celebrating our Earth. Visit https://ed.ted.com/earth-school for details

SDG Academy Library: This digital library is a free portal where any expert or novice can find plenty of information about the SDGs. From the latest news to more specific trainings and MOOCs, the SDG Academy library is a goldmine of high quality information. Ranked by SDG, topic and lecturer, you will almost feel like you are in a library itself, flipping book pages from your screen! Visit https://sdgacademylibrary.mediaspace.kaltura.com/ for details

TED Videos: Short and powerful, TED Talks offer free knowledge from the world’s most inspired thinkers – all of this in less than 20 minutes. Great resources for teachers to introduce a topic to their students and start the conversation around the biggest issues of our time. Get inspired by 100+ TED videos categorized by goal! Visit https://www.globalschoolsprogram.org/ted-talks for details

SDG Book Club: The SDG Book Club uses books as a tool to encourage children ages 6-12 to interact with the principles of the SDGs through a curated reading list of books from around the world related to each of the 17 SDGs. Visit https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sdgbookclub/#list for details

Games and quizzes: What’s best than a game to keep students engaged and entertained while learning? Gamepedia offers a wide variety of games for all ages classified by goals to help teachers and educators teach sustainability seriously through fun games. Visit https://games4sustainability.org/gamepedia/ for details

Books and Comics: Through captivating and fun characters and stories, Comics Uniting Nations makes the SDGs available to all avid readers. A great resource for teachers to share with students in classrooms, and outside featuring everyday heroes to be inspired from… Visit http://www.comicsunitingnations.org/comics/ for details

Student’s Activities:Making students learn from peers and feel part of a community is one other extremely efficient way to engage them on important issues. TheGoals.org does just that by connecting young people worldwide to co-create and share knowledge using Crowdlearning. A great resource for giving independence to older students and make them own their projects. Visit  http://www.thegoals.org/ for details

UNESCO ESD Learning Objectives: A document from UNESCO introducing the key learning objectives for Education for Sustainable Development and how to introduce ESD to school environments. For teachers and educators avid to go further. Visit https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000247444.page=52 for details