Global Challenge Resources for Teachers
Try our cross-curricular lessons focussed on meeting The Global Goals
These cross-curricular resources are designed to be easily accessible – even if you’ve never worked with a micro:bit before – and focus on using a micro:bit to help achieve the UN’s Global Goals. You’ll find everything you need to get started, including lesson plans, classroom presentations and student worksheets.
Complete these lessons for inspiration then enter our global challenge competition!
- Read the introductions to the non-communicable diseases and safety challenges.
- Decide which of these topics (NCDs or safety) your students will engage with.
- Your students complete your chosen topic's introduction lesson.
- Your students complete the lessons for your chosen topic.
- Your students complete the topic's innovation challenge and, if you wish, enter the Global Challenge competition.
Choose a challenge below, decide which project students will engage with, then solve this global challenge!
These resources revolve around the safety challenge. Students will learn about the UN’s sustainable development goals, focussing on safety and exploring what safety means to them and different children around the world. They will then go on the design & create their own solutions to this real-world problem before learning how to enter the global challenge.
Please read the introduction to the safety challenge before choosing a series of lessons to engage with, then return to complete the safety innovation challenge.
Non-communicable diseases challenge
These resources revolve around the non-communicable diseases challenge. Students will learn about the UN’s sustainable development goals, the Global Challenge and what is meant by the term ‘non-communicable disease’ (NCD), increasing their knowledge and understanding of how and why they affect children all over the world. They will then go on the design & create their own solutions to this real-world problem before learning how to enter the Global Challenge.
Please read the introduction to non-communicable diseases before choosing a series of lessons to engage with, then return to complete the non-communicable diseases innovation challenge.