Thank you to:
World's Largest Lesson - (Project Everyone/Unicef)
Malala introducing the World's Largest Lesson - video
Beating the Odds as a Female Pilot in South Africa - video
International Women's Day is
Goal 5 Gender Equality work - SCS Middle School + friends
Read about Muzoon Almellehan here
#FromWhereIStand - Take Part In a Project For Gender Equality watch video here
Download info & paper survey materials here
From Where I Stand, participate in the survey here
Watch this video: Because I am a Girl, I'll Take it from Here here
Click here to see Siracusa's Lesson Plan Feb 9
Click here to see Siracusa's Lesson Plan Feb 14
Click here to see Final Project instructions on my Adobe Spark
Click here for further links & resources.
Add to our Goal 5 - Gender Equality padlet here.
Our shared Goal 5 PADLET
The Global Goals For Sustainable Development work
Download the "SDGs in Action" app from the iTunes store here, consider your potential impact, create a campaign, & add it to the app!
When creating a campaign, personalize it with your own design, perhaps a digital artifact (made with Buncee, Storyboard That, digital comics, or other creativity app of your choice). Perhaps, this is a good resource for those Manga fans out there!
Share your campaign materials on favorite personal social media platforms, as well as on our global sharing platform, Flipgrid or Padlet.
Read about Initiatives in place for the Sustainable Development Goals: here
For ideas and inspiration, see our project campaign and contributions from last year here, making a difference with Goal 6, Clean Water & Sanitation.
Find a "younger" adult to join you or sponsor you, and fill out this application to organize a formal project with Youth4Peace here
Accept the Inventor's Challenge in order to impact your school, local or global community by inventing solutions here
Educated girls will:
• Earn up to 25% more, start businesses, and reinvest 90% in their families.
• Be three times less likely to become HIV positive.
• Have fewer, healthier children, who are 40% more likely to live past the age of five.
• Tend to be less vulnerable to violence and exploitation.
• Become role models for the next generation of children, driving change from the local to the global level.
An estimated 62 million girls worldwide are out of school. Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest number of girls out of school, denied the right to education. Source: allinschool.org
Brainstorming Questions Sparks Creativity article here
Activity: Examine one case study/story in small groups (from pages 15-17 here), raise questions, then create visual to demonstrate story or questions, using creation tool @Buncee.
MORE TEACHER RESOURCES:
TEACHunicef Gender Equality activity sheet
iEARN-USA Girl Education resources
iEARN-USA Global Goals resources
Rukmini Foundation- Founders' opinions on blog
Participate collections- Gender Equality
My Freedom Day resources on CNN
Connections-based Learning- reflection by blogger/founder Sean Robinson here
Global Education Monitoring Report 2016- Education for People and Planet: report here see p. 47
BIE Creativity & Innovation rubric (SCS students, click here)
FOOD FOR THOUGHT:
Always #LikeAGirl video
"Daughter" - Audi video
2 Girls 2 Lives video video
Flipgrid - #stuvoice