What that means?
The Global Goals Educator Task Force launched its #TeachSDGs mission in hopes that other educators would rally around a single vision: a world where this roadmap to a better humanity is introduced and explored in every classroom on Earth.
Our ambassadors are passionate global thinkers from many nations, co-leaders of the #TeachSDGs movement.
Our ambassadors show initiative by:
- Leading small or large scale projects in support of the mission.
- Leveraging private and public connections to spread the movement.
- Recruiting more teachers and school leaders to embrace the Global Goals.
- Managing social media accounts beyond Twitter.
- Informing and influencing political leaders.
- Incorporating the Goals into own organizations
- Conceiving and pitching fresh ideas and strategies to the board.
About #TeachSDGs and ambassadors program, see HERE.
I want to try and make some changes in my students ways of thinking and their lives.
Math is all around us and that is the reason we need to learn how to solve the problems and not to be afraid of them. Sometimes, math is not enough. We need to know much more, and to have the whole picture about the world we leave in. We need to learn every day, and to use that knowledge not just to solve everyday problems, but to try to solve the problems of all humanity, so we could have a better future. We can only solve global challenges like poverty, inequality and climate change by working together. That is what the Sustainable Development Goals are all about – every one of us need to take a small step in making this world a better place.