Who Are We
We offer online engagements as well as on-site trips for International School students to help them understand Sustainable Development Goals and enable them to contribute towards achieving those goals .
First-hand Interactive sessions with the real actors for unadulterated perspectives.
We bridge the International participants with the true representatives from the field- be it experts or any local representatives.
Educational field trips
We organize conservation education field trips, as well as transformative hands-on trips to implement the designed interventions, as well as provide opportunities to tag along in one of our volunteering projects to create a real impact on the ground.
Our Educational Field Trips
Testimonials - Teachers and CAS coordinators
The whole program was managed extremely well by Schools for SDG: from the early stages of designing a program that meets our (time and educational) needs to the development of high quality inquiry materials and the creation of ongoing engaging learning experiences for the students. We were most impressed by and appreciative of the flexibility the team showed at every stage in the program as we all tried to navigate schedules and online meetings with people in different time zones. The guidance and support provided to the learners was excellent and learners greatly benefitted from the opportunity to connect with and learn from such a stellar team of professionals who not only inspired them to take action on the issue, but also respected them as partners on this journey.
-Bart Dankaerts, CAS & Service Learning Coordinator, American School of Hague (Netherlands)
My students critically engaged with the complexities associated with the erosion of the Karnali river bank and the menstrual taboos/ WASH access for girls in Bardia. As such, they realized that there was no ‘quick fix’ and that the issue is multifaceted. Frustration and a ‘fail forward’ approach made them re-evaluate the complicated dynamics at play. Similarly, they began to realize the interconnectedness of the SDGs as they began to scratch beneath the surface. This approach to learning is innovative, moving away from pedagogy towards heutagogy.
-Rebecca Greenway, English Teacher, Ecole Jeannine Manuel (France)
I can report from student reflections that these were impactful and the breadth of the guest speakers’ backgrounds was impressive. One of the most impactful guest speakers was a former poacher turned active police informant who gave students an in-depth and first hand account of why people turn to poaching and how community engagement efforts can effectively draw people away from that illegal trade. It should be noted, that a meeting of this sort would not have been possible on the ground, as the speaker was an active informant and this is just one example of how SDG for Schools’ online platform has leveraged every advantage possible.
-Chi-Yan Sang, IB CAS Coordinator/ HS LEarning Service Coordinator, American School of Doha (Qatar)
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What We Do
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