Ideas and suggestions on how teachers can involve students to participate in the campaign and adapt the campaign materials to different age groups.  

For pre-primary school teachers

    Have a brief circle time explaining why education and the #RightToEducation is important and ask who they think should go to school. Get inspiration from this article What you need to know about the right to education  
  • Watch UNESCO's animation video about a girl named Reena and her desire to go to school
  • Ask students to draw and paint their own eyes – mirroring the visual style of the campaign. Additionally, teachers can help students include #RightToEducation on their drawings (get ideas here).
  • Post students' drawings on the school's social media channels (using the hashtag #RightToEducation and #ASPnet).
  • Send pictures of the drawings on the ASPnet Platform to show that your school have joined the campaign
  • If you would like to further participate in the #RightToEducation campaign, please consult the campaign website.

For primary school teachers

Organize a session explaining why education and the #RightToEducation is important and ask who they think should go to school.

Resources:

  • Ask students to draw their friend's eyes – mirroring the visual style of the campaign
  • Suggest messages that students can create relating to the #RightToEducation (get ideas here)
  • Post students' drawings on the school's social media channels (using the hashtag #RightToEducation and #ASPnet).
  • Upload photos of students' drawings to the ASP platform to show that your school have joined the campaign
  • If you would like to further participate in the #RightToEducation campaign, please consult the campaign website.

For secondary, technical and vocational school teachers

Ask students why they think education is important and ask who they think should go to school. As a class, brainstorm the fundamental reasons of having the #RightToEducation.

Resources:

CONTACT  

UNESCO's Associated Schools Network (ASPnet), Education Sector /  aspnet@unesco.org