As introduced in a blog post here in March, 60 million teachers and their over 1 billion students can make this world a better place. In this second part of the blog we focus on the six steps teachers can take to get started through the infographics below and the author’s inspirational TED talk.
As many readers will know, in 2015 the United Nations published the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. They defined aims like fighting poverty and hunger, providing good health care and quality education for all and achieving gender equality worldwide. Other goals included clean water and affordable, clean energy, decent work and economic growth, progressive innovation and infrastructure, reduced inequalities, sustainable communities as well as responsible consumption and production. Deep inside we probably all know that if we do not actively work on these goals, the environment will be even more polluted, many animals will become extinct, living conditions will spiral downward, and the number of conflicts around the world will increase.
Here is a six-step plan of what we can do even in the most restrictive learning environments.