World’s Largest Lesson starts on the 18th September and is encouraging lessons to take place during a wider window leading up to the 20th November and World Children’s Day.
This year, students are asked to consider the impact of their food choices on the Goals. New resources, including a new food and the Goals project will be released at the end of July.
Take action now:
World’s Largest Lesson encourages teachers to:
Understand the UN Goals agenda by taking a short, free online course with Microsoft so you know and understand the Goals and a fully equipped to teach them.
• Check out free and creative resources
• Plan a date to take part
• Either introduce the Goals , take part in the new food and the Goals projects (coming soon) , choose a lesson plan or create and share one of your own!
From 18th Sept – 20th November : Take part in the World’s Largest Lesson. Help students synthesise their learning and share it. They can help create a global picture of learning and ideas for the Goals and raise their voice on Goals issues as part of World Children’s Day 20th November 2017.
Check out our World’s Largest Lesson event page for the latest updates and links to resources.
Read the latest blog from Richard Curtis on World’s Largest Lesson
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