The Ghana National Commission for UNESCO and Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) marked the 2020 edition of the World’s Largest Lesson with a training workshop for selected teachers in the Greater Accra Metropolis.
The World’s Largest Lesson is observed every year to ensure that every child in the world grows up knowing and caring about the Sustainable Development Goals and is inspired to take action to help achieve them. So far it has reached millions of children in over 100 countries.
The full day workshop comprised activities like orientation on the 17 SDGs and practicals on integrating and adapting the resources and Teaching Learning Materials into lessons.
Speaking at the workshop, Mr Palham Oyiye , Research Officer and National Coordinator on Early Childhood expressed GNAT’s appreciation to the Commission for the collaboration and said he looks forward to more of such in the future.
Participants also spoke of their satisfaction with the programme, adding that they will use the learning and resources from the workshop in their teaching.
Pictures of the event can be found in our gallery.
Visit https://worldslargestlesson.globalgoals.org/ to find resources and training materials for educators.