SustainaBEEs

SustainaBEEs

SustainaBEEs

Language:

English

Grade/Age:

Primary (5-11), Middle (12-14)

Subject:

Creative Arts, World Language, Science

Global Goals:

2: Zero Hunger; 7: Affordable and Clean Energy; 15: Life on Land; 17: Partnership for the Goals

Dates:

Sept 2023 – May 2024 (Phase 1-5)  

Facilitator(s):

Ekaterina Bozdogan

Project Description:

The project is being undertaken in order to raise environmental awareness of children (aged 7-13) as global citizens in line with SDGS 2,4,7,15 and 17. The project addresses environmental problems at local, national, and global levels through students’ agency and innovation. Students conduct research on local geographic features of the home and project partner country (map, location, climate, etc.) in line with SDGs. Students collaborate in groups to identify local problems in line with SDG 2 and SDG 15. They do online research and go on field trips and meet with experts. They then ultimately take collaborative action on the issues they have examined.

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STEM

Creative/Language Arts

Social Sciences

Do Good, Share Food!

Do Good, Share Food!

Do Good, Share Food!

Language:

English, German

Grade/Age:

Primary (5-11), Middle (12-14)

Subject:

Mathematics, Technology, Science, Social Studies

Global Goals:

2: Zero Hunger; 3: Good Health and Well-Being; 4: Quality Education

Dates:

August 2023 – May 2024

Facilitator(s):

Ekaterina Bozdogan

Project Description:

How we produce and consume food is the single biggest threat to nature today. It’s a major driver of the emergence of infectious diseases, unhealthy diets are the biggest cause of non-communicable diseases and 1.9 billion people are obese or overweight. In schools we need to raise food awareness to stay healthy, reduce food waste and save the environment for a better future. The project aligns with UN Sustainable Development Goal No: 2 (Zero Hunger), Goal No: 3 (Good heath and well-being), SDG 4 (Quality Education), and addresses local and global communities of students, teachers and parents to promote healthy eating habits, raise food waste awareness and ensure SEL through service-learning. Partner schools plan concrete, cross-curricular activities that reflect school cultures and meet the needs of sustainable development of school communities. The project promotes inquiry-based learning and student-initiated action.

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STEM

Creative/Language Arts

Social Sciences

Finding Solutions to Hunger

Finding Solutions to Hunger

Finding Solutions to Hunger

Language:

English

Grade/Age:

Primary (5-11), Middle (12-14), Secondary (15-18)

Subject:

Science, Social Studies

Global Goals:

1: No Poverty; 2: Zero Hunger

Dates:

August 15, 2023 – December 31, 2023

Facilitator(s):

Iram Sadiq

Project Description:

Students will research/discuss the root causes of hunger in the world, learning to take meaningful action to create a more just and sustainable world. Finding Solutions to Hunger is a project in which students of all ages begin to understand the root causes of hunger in the world and take meaningful action for its elimination. Teachers are provided with some compulsory and some optional series of 20 adaptable activities and lessons. They are also supported with resources to take help for completing lessons and activities.

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STEM

Creative/Language Arts

Social Sciences

The Earth Stewardship Project

The Earth Stewardship Project

The Earth Stewardship Project

Language:

English

Grade/Age:

Middle (12-14)

Subject:

Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, World Language

Global Goals:

2: Zero Hunger; 7: Affordable & Clean Energy; 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities; 12: Responsible Consumption and Production; 13: Action; 14: Life Below Water; 15: Life on Land

Dates:

September 2023 – May 2024

Facilitator(s):

Greg Reiva

Project Description:

The Earth Stewardship Project is a hands-on and project-based science educational initiative helping to foster the ability to be successful as citizens within a dynamic and progressive 21st century community of people. Students, collaborating in The Earth Stewardship Project, will investigate the impact that climate change has on local ecosystems and work to develop solutions to environmental problems by utilizing the means of scientific investigation to experiment, gather information and conduct research. The project will be administered in 4-sequential stages with each stage building and contributing toward a final product.

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STEM

Creative/Language Arts

Social Sciences