Want to help kids engage in complex issues?
Calling Kiwi Educators – want to help kids engage in complex issues?
I am excited to announce the launch of this new project UNwebquests.nz on behalf of the United Nations Association of NZ. This is a project I’ve been working on for a while now and it’s finally time to put it out there for Kiwi educators to consider as a great way to supplement their school-based curriculum, particularly if you are wanting to help your learners explore the more global and complex issues of our times.
These issues might include any of these as topics starters: poverty, child rights, human rights, women’s rights, sustainability, water, clean energy, climate change, peace, no nuclear weapons, and so on.
We are now calling for expressions of interest from Kiwi educators to contribute to this important project.
We seek educators who would like to be involved in this special project to raise awareness of the issues that the United Nations champions and develop an exciting resource for Kiwi students, educators and communities to use.
Below is the information to pass on to your staff and networks…
The United Nations Association of NZ is pleased to announce the launch of a new project to help Kiwi educators and students explore the complex issues of our times – UNwebquests.nz
This project aims to raise awareness of the variety of local and global issues that the United Nations champions. To learn more about the vision behind this project and how it works, please visit this link or watch this video:
- Undertake a webquest with your class – the list of webquests will grow over time.
- Contribute the learning from your students to the site.
- Create webquests for this important project and use these with your class – we have an incentive scheme to support you in this.
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