STEAM: Global Resources
Freshman year, students examine climate change and its impact on basic resources needed to sustain human life. Curriculum focus on SDG 13, and its aim to improve education, awareness-raising and human and institutional capacity on climate change mitigation, adaptation, impact reduction and early warning. SDG13-GLO-13.3
Humanities: Global Context
Freshman year, students receive an introduction to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which serve as a foundation for their four years at GCE Lab School. SDGs 1-17
STEAM: Global Health
Sophomore year, students investigate health on personal, public, and global scales. With a focus on SDG 3 to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all, students examine ways to keep our growing global community healthy. SDG 3
Humanities: Global Voices
Sophomore year, students focus on SDG 11, to strengthen efforts to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage.
STEAM: Global Design
Humanities: Global Government
Junior year, students focus on Goal 16, to develop effective, accountable and transparent institutions at all levels
STEAM: Global Enterprise
Senior year, students focus on how to participate in a dynamic economy on personal, community, national, and international levels. With an emphasis on SDG 8, students investigate avenues for promoting inclusive and sustainable economic growth and full and productive employment. SDG 8
Humanities: Global Vision
Senior year, students customize their investigations into the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, relating their action projects to Goal(s) of their choosing. SDGs 1-17
Mastery Projects are five-to-eight lesson micro-courses. Teacher guides and resources are included to support seamless integration of project-based learning and enhance single-subject classes with globally relevant, thematic learning journeys.
These open source projects are available to teachers to supplement traditional curriculum, and to infuse their learning environment with contextualized, applicable, and experiential calls to action. Mastery Projects are invitations for students to engage with the world at the same level as teachers: as global citizens.