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Superhero in the Making: How to Fight for No Poverty (UN SDG 1)
The World Is Not Equal. Is That Fair? In this course, students ages 7-12 will learn how to level the playing field by learning how to become an advocate for the United Nations Sustainability GOAL 1: No Poverty.
Unreasonable Kids College
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The World Is Not Equal. Is That Fair? In this course, students ages 7- 12 will learn how to level the playing field by learning how to become an advocate for the United Nations Sustainability GOAL 1: No Poverty. Students will learn about the issue of poverty and then brainstorm ideas on how to solve it. The one-day course will provide hands-on education on the UN SDG GOAL 1: No Poverty. The topics covered pertain to global poverty, how it affects the world, and what we can do to achieve the...
Upon completing this one-day course, the student will understand the sustainable development goal #1: poverty and how to become an advocate for No Poverty to transform our world.
I have a certificate from Microsoft to Teach the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Also, I possess a Masters in International Management and a Graduate Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
With permission or help from parents- depending on the students' age and parents' comfort level. A helpful resource is the SDG-action-app, where students can download to learn more to continue to build momentum as an advocate.
Unreasonable Kids College
Training the Next Generation of Kid Superheroes
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
108 total reviews
65 completed classes
"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man/ woman [& Kid]." ...