From our network 09.09.2022

New teaching materials about SDGs in STEM

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Act Now for the UN Sustainable Development Goals - new Science on Stage teaching materials about how to implement the 17 SDGs in STEM education will be available here starting 14 October 2022.

What is it about?

Sustainability and environmental protection are important topics for students throughout Europe. How we deal with these issues will shape our future. 

Motivated and skilled teachers are the key to enabling students to meet the challenges of tomorrow. They communicate important knowledge to students in order for them to not only understand the problems but also think about possible solutions.

In the upcoming, completely digital materials, 20 teachers from 12 countries present tested teaching concepts and ideas on how to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in STEM lessons. The materials are concrete and hands-on and encourage students to become active and responsible citizens while promoting their interest in STEM subjects.

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Why digital materials?

One of the aims of the project is to make teaching materials about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals in STEM education available to as many teachers as possible. 

In addition, many new educational tools can't be put on paper and this new teaching material will use many of them to inspire and support teachers.

You will find everything from interactive worksheets, which teachers can use directly with your students, how-to videos for teachers and students, to coding tutorials. The material will be mobile-friendly and usable in common browsers with all the advantages this brings (automatic translation, screen reader, etc.). There is no need to install special programs to read the material or use the interactive elements.

Have a sneak peek at some of the features of our new teaching material.

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Who are the authors?

20 Teachers from 14 countries have been working together for over two years to develop the materials and test them with their students to ensure that they can be used in any school, independently of the available infrastructure or curriculum. 


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The project Act Now for the UN Sustainable Development Goals is organised by Science on Stage and proudly supported by SAP SE.

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