Today we are releasing one of our newest resources created by Amy Amber Canning, a talented and passionate intern at dHL. Amy’s internship focused on aligning each sustainable development goal with the Canadian curriculum by province. We hope this new resources will help you plan for engaging lessons that focus on sustainable development from K-12.
Teach SDGs Aligned with Canadian Curriculum by Province/ Territory
You can navigate the spreadsheet below, or make copy of the Google spreadsheet if you’d like to add it to your own resource library.
We welcome your feedback and suggestions for improvement!
SDGS Aligned with Canadian Curriculum
Prefer to Search by Province? No Problem!
A special thanks goes out to Jen Giffen, for turning our resource into individual Awesome Tables by province!
Featured dHL Experts Offering Virtual SDG Programs
Family Transition Place
GOAL 3: Good Health and Well Being; GOAL 5: Gender Equality
Family Transition Place is a women’s shelter in Orangeville, ON. They provide shelter and support to women and children who have left unhealthy relationships and educational programs. Our Youth Education Programs are designed to teach kids what healthy relationships are all about and to help eliminate violence in our communities. The curriculum for each program (offered from Grades 5 through 12) meet the Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines, are interactive, and include various forms of media to address all learning styles and engage students’ cognitive, behavioural and emotional learning processes. Our programs also cover social and emotional learning strategies including the Healthy School framework, the Equity and Inclusive Education strategy, and the Safe School Strategy.
Caroline Isautier, Bilingual Digital Communications Expert
GOAL 4: Quality Education; GOAL: 12 Responsible Consumption
Workshops designed to help parents and educators become familiar with the risks associated with children’s unmoderated use of digital media ( whether web sites, video games, and apps or social media applications like Instagram and SnapChat). From privacy, to safety, to unhealthy addiction and ADD, the dangers are as important as the opportunities these new media offer.
The Starfish Canada
Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation; Goal 7: Affordable and Clean Energy; Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities; Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production; Goal 13: Climate Action; Goal 14: Life Below Water; Goal 15: Life On Land
Canada’s top young environmentalists have incredible stories to tell you and your community. We are excited to offer speaking engagements that can help educate and inspire friends, students, colleagues and peers about the trials and tribulations of working in the environmental sector and how we can work together to find solutions.
Each of our speakers has won our Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25 award. See our speakers list at www.thestarfish.ca/speakers-bureau.
Alienor Rougeot, Human and Environmental Activist
GOAL 13: Climate Action
As a human and environmental activist for 10 years, I hope to share my knowledge, experience and passion with regards to climate change, the importance of climate justice and the interconnection of climate change with other issues such as women and minority rights, poverty, homelessness, health, food sovereignty. I can speak about facts on climate change and the broader ecological crisis happening right now (historical perspective, psycho-cultural and economic causes) + my role as an activist.
Sadaf Taimur, Japanese Government (MEXT) scholar at The University of Tokyo, Kashiwa Campus, Japan.
All 17 SDGs
Overview: Facilitated Discussions on the reading material provided prior to the program.
Suggested Reading Sources:
Following sources have some examples of reading material which will be assigned to the students one week prior to program:
Discussion questions and format will be prepared by the facilitator.
Scientists in Schools
GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth; GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
The future of Canada depends on the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs. We engage children in hands-on classroom and community STEM workshops, encouraging them to question, investigate and discover science in the world around them. Sparking a long-lasting interest in STEM and the environment, inspiring children to think differently about a future STEM career path and challenging them to succeed are just a few of the things we accomplish in every workshop. We want children to believe they can achieve things they never thought were possible, until they had Scientists in School. They offer hands on workshops to students in grades K – 8.
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