Continuum Education

World Congress

School SDGs

We present a series of audiovisual resources and didactic sequences to bring the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to the school space. Through these materials, students can reflect on economic, environmental and social issues, thinking about their future and their own environment.

1.END OF POVERTY

2. ZERO HUNGER

3. HEALTH AND WELFARE

4. EDUCATION AND QUALITY

5. GENDER EQUALITY

6. CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION

7. AFFORDABLE AND NON-POLLUTANT ENERGY

8. DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

9. INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE

10. REDUCTION OF INEQUALITIES

11. SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES

12. RESPONSIBLE PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION

13. ACTION FOR THE CLIMATE

14. UNDERWATER LIFE

15. LIFE OF LAND ECOSYSTEMS

16. PEACE, JUSTICE AND SOLID INSTITUTIONS

17. ALLIANCES TO ACHIEVE THE OBJECTIVES

What are the Sustainable Development Goals?

At the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit on September 25, 2015, world leaders adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The Agenda constitutes an action plan for people, the planet and prosperity, while it seeks to consolidate peace and requires the development of alliances to be assumed in practice. These five cultural spheres of sustainable development are interconnected (see the Sustainable Development wheel).

The 2030 Agenda also includes issues that were not addressed by the MDGs, such as climate change, responsible consumption, innovation and the importance of peace and justice for all.

September 16: Secondary Student Rights Day

On September 16, the << Day of the rights of secondary students >> is commemorated, in homage to a group of secondary students from the city of La Plata, province of Buenos Aires.

What is remembered on September 16 in high schools? What happened that day in 1976? Why is Secondary Student Rights Day commemorated? We propose to address this issue from the episode known as "Pencil Night" and a brief tour of the history of the student movement in our country. We suggest some images, songs and other resources to work in schools.

January 27: International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust

Educational resources linked to an ephemeris of a universal nature.

Educational resources linked to an ephemeris of a universal nature, whose content can be retaken to work also other events (March 17, Memorial Day and Solidarity with the Victims of the Attack against the Israeli Embassy; April 19, Anniversary of the Uprising of the Warsaw Ghetto, or June 12, Anniversary of the birth of Anne Frank) and from the curricular contents of History, Ethical and Citizen Training or Philosophy.

August 4: Ideas for events - Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity

To celebrate the Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity, elementary school students will be proposed to work with the Special "Our America" and with the information from the "Originating Peoples" minisite.

The proposal proposes a possible route to approach the theme of the Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity through materials produced by the portal, Canal Add and Pakapaka. On the other hand, a script is presented to represent the act of said event taking up what is proposed in the work guide.

January 27: International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust

To celebrate the Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity, elementary school students will be proposed to work with the Special "Our America" and with the information from the "Originating Peoples" minisite.

The proposal proposes a possible route to approach the theme of the Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity through materials produced by the portal, Canal Add and Pakapaka. On the other hand, a script is presented to represent the act of said event taking up what is proposed in the work guide.

Respect for Cultural Diversity Day To celebrate the Respect for Cultural Diversity Day, elementary school students will be encouraged to work with the "Our America" Special and the information on the "Native Peoples" mini site.

Target audience

This proposal was designed for children in the second cycle of primary school, especially sixth and/or seventh grades, but can be adapted to work at other levels.

Objectives

The objectives of this proposal are that students can:

expand and organize the information they have about the original peoples and their current situation, and about the conquest and colonization to which they were subjected; access information about the original peoples and organize it according to different criteria, locate it spatially and link it to the legends of different cultures; to produce content in different formats.

Activities

Activity 1

To work with the "Our America" special

Activities12th October. Respect for Cultural Diversity Day To celebrate the Respect for Cultural Diversity Day, primary school students will be offered to work with the Special "Our America" and with the information from the "Native Peoples" minisite. This proposal was designed for second cycle primary school children, especially sixth and/or seventh grade, but can be adapted to work at other levels. In order to contextualize the work that will be done from the "Native Peoples" minisite, we suggest working with the Special "Our America. Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity". In it you will find a tour that addresses: "The original population of America", "Colonization and conquest", "Aboriginal culture today" and "Respect for diversity and bilingual education".

Activity 2

To work with the "Native Peoples" minisite

As a first approach to the material, students will be proposed to browse the mini site (there are two versions: html and flash). This project, developed jointly by Canal Encuentro and Conectar Igualdad, proposes a journey to the roots of our national being and brings us closer, through texts, audios and videos, to the gaze and voice of Argentina's native peoples in all their diversity and richness.