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Friday, March 10 • 8:15am - 2:30pm
Session 1-4: UN Sustainable Development Goals LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

I am currently participating in a Webinar that is seeking to educate teachers about equality world-wide. The last session that I participated in was on the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. The UN would like to see these goals reached by 2030. While I would love the chance to develop a whole class based on this premise, right now, I want to figure out how to bring those ideas into my WEX II Curriculum. It goes along well with our Civic Goal. The ways to help the UN SDG are to Invent, Innovate or Campaign. These are things that I believe each student needs to learn to do. For an example as to what I am thinking....

During the Industrial Revolution Unit, we can look at current sanitation around the world and propose solutions.

There is a survey that the students can fill out where they "rank" issues that they care about. There is also ways to pick apart the results. While learning about Imperialism and the Partition of Africa, I can pull out this survey and we can examine why students from Nigeria have different concerns than students from America.

Here is a link to the UN's website and a couple other resources I will be exploring.







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Dan MacIsaac

Teacher, Nipmuc Regional HS

Friday March 10, 2017 8:15am - 2:30pm EST
Nipmuc 335