The Agents of Change Toolkit (ACT) project will develop a toolkit (including a serious game) that helps teachers and schools to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Latest news from ACT
Workshop 1 will take place on 17th Sept between 4pm and 6pm BST. This workshop is aimed primarily at teachers and school leadership, please check out the event page here and get in touch if you would like to participate. Seminar 2 will take place the week after and use the information gained at Workshop […]
Recordings of all three main presentations are now available from the Seminar 1 page. There are also PDFs of each presentation available for download. These videos show the 3 main sections of Seminar 1 but do not capture the discussion – a written report for the whole seminar is available which summarises the issues more […]
17th March 2020 via Collaborate Ultra webinar Welcome: Nataša Pantić, Daisy Abbott and programme team The purpose of today’s seminar was to situate the project within a global perspective. As the project develops over the coming months, we will consider how schools and teachers respond to these global agenda issues. It was emphasised that this […]
Due to COVID19 we will deliver the seminar Thinking globally, ACTing locally towards the achievement of SDGs in education entirely online. If you have registered for this event please check your email for further details throughout today (16th March). We have also had to make some adjustments to the programme as a result, again further […]
Agents of Change is now on twitter at @AoCToolkit, please feel free to follow and retweet us there to keep up with all the latest developments and news.
Did you know that there are lots of existing resources for teachers and schools to help you accelerate progress towards the SDGs? You can find them on our Resources page. These resources include links to existing games about the SDGs or sustainability. There are several of these out there already but none which are aimed […]
ACT stands for Agents of Change Toolkit. This is a project taking place in 2020 which will develop a toolkit of resources including a game to enable an accessible, structured and engaging way of thinking through whole-school approaches to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.Find out more about the UN SDGs here: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?menu=1300