17th SDGs UN as a roadmap for a better future

The Sustainable Development Goals are humanity’s to-do list for a sustainable planet, a clear roadmap for a better future. This matters to each of us because we are all responsible for being a part of the change. SDGs  play a huge part  in my science classrooms. These goals can help me engage students and inform lesson plans.

Discover some of the activities and  projects I have undertaken with my students to  stay on the road to a prosperous planet.

2021 Goals Project by Take Action Global /January 25 – March 4/

The 6-week program brought together over 3,000 schools and classrooms from 118 countries to examine the UN Sustainable Development Goals and their ability to take action through shared experience and use of innovative technologies and practices. Students took  on one Global Goal and worked with students from other countries as they consider both local and global implications. In the final week, students  joined with project partners from the UN in a global online celebration, the Goals Project Day of Solutions, as they shared their learning, actions, and even inventions.

The United Nations has been offering an exclusive Virtual Tour of the UN Headquarters in NYC for all Goals Project teachers and students. 

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