Design your own SDGs classroom material
If you are interested in creating your own materials or refreshing old lessons, please peruse the Ed Tech tools and resources below that can assist you with infusing the SDGs in the design of your class and lessons.
SDG Style Guidelines
Course Design: Questions to Consider
- Which Sustainable Development Goals SDG(s) does your course address?
- Are there other SDGs that you and your students want to address?
- What changes need to be made and how will they be made?
- Could you identify one or two specific goals and targets (indicators) your course helps work towards?
- How might you convey goals and targets to your students?
- What kind of alignment across your curriculum would they see?
- How would that help their learning?
- Which SDGs are most pertinent to your course?
- How can you develop learning outcomes that will help students work towards the goal(s)?
- How can you adapt methods of instruction for student engagement in sustainable development?
- Visit the University of Waterloo for a comprehensive set of questions to consider when course designing.
Collaborative Ed Tech Tools that instructors can use and share with students, which they can also use with peers.
Practices instructors can consider when designing course and class content.
Design checklists and mapping tools for courses and classes along with example syllabi and outlines for instructors to peruse.