Goal 4: Quality Education

Goal 4: Quality Education

How can we raise awareness of Global Goal 4: Quality Education in our classes while supporting the development of ‘information Literacy? Find out here!

Information Literacy

“The responsibility for after-the-fact checking now falls on users. Our students must learn to ask critical questions about information found online.”

Hockly, Dudeney and Pelgrum, Digital Literacies, Pearson, 2013

Education is vital for its own sake, and it’s also vital in the efforts to overcome the environmental crises we face. This lesson focusses on the fourth sustainable development goal, Quality Education. In this lesson, aimed at B1 students and above, learners will:

  • read an infographic on the subject
  • investigate the importance of fact-checking information to become more ‘information-literate’

What do you think?

  • How could you make this global goal relevant to local issues where you live?
  • How important do you think remix literacy is to your learners?
  • What other ways could you use to approach this goal or this skill?

Would you use it in class?

  • What class do you have that this lesson would work with?
  • Is there anything you particularly like?
  • What changes would you like to make to it?

Instructions for this lesson can be accessed here:

You can download the infographic for the lesson here.

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