18th September 2018: World’s Largest Lesson
World’s Largest Lesson 2017 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, World’s Largest Lesson is asking children to think about how their food choices impact the SDGs and to pledge to make changes. From healthy eating to reducing wastage, eliminating plastic packaging, sourcing closer to home and checking on the practices of food producers, children can get more involved in Goals 2, 3, 13, 14, and 15.
Every Plate Tells A Story This project invites children to make the Goals personal by evaluating their plate, identifying something they can change and sharing it.
While many children have enough to eat there are thousands who don’t. The hunger project asks students to consider what they can do to raise awareness of this problem so that action is taken across the world.
Students can raise their voice and share ideas for change with their peers through the new Voices for the Global Goals Flip Grid.
The Global Educator Flip Grid encourages teachers to share what you’re doing to #TeachSDGs in the classroom