Order of Tasks:
Follow the Symbaloo Lesson Plan:
This part of the webpage is interactive! Feel free to explore at your leisure!
A Symbaloo Lesson can also be assigned to students through Google Classroom or other means.
You can embed it, like I did, or share it as a link. Click here.
Listed below are also all the documents included in the Symbaloo Lesson plan and other options for note-taking, etc. Feel free to download and make copies of these if you need to. All of the resources were found online for free or through my district's inquiry project resource bank.
image: Sustainable Development Goals matrix
Attached are 4 different rubrics that can be used with this project.
They were originally created by Omaha Public Schools Libraries in 2016 with the Nebraska Language Arts state standards.
Included in the Symbaloo is the reflection portion of this activity.
image: a graphic organizer from Read Write Think.
This resource can also be found online, here: http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson_images/lesson812/SelfReflection.pdf
I urge you to publish your students' projects to the TeachSDGs website and collaborate with other educators around the world!
image: TeachSGDs logo
One fun activity would be to participate in a Mystery Skype. Check out this Microsoft resource for more information. Or get involved in other TeachSGDs events.
Or to connect with nonprofit organizations in your area and create a plan for completing the Global Goals for real in your area through service learning projects, parent-teacher meetings, or other means! Have your students write a grant to improve your community or share your plan with your city's mayor.
The opportunities for changing the world are endless!
In this unit, students will have learned more about the United Nations' Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
Through video and inquiry research materials, students will have learned about the Global Goals and what people are doing in their own communities to bring the Global Goals all around us to life. I encourage you to work on more skills with your students relating to the Goals and work on other projects to further the goals by 2030.
Together we can change the world!
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