Global health and human development
Promoting global health and human development
Students gathered information about various aid programs and developed an understanding of their contribution to global health and sustainable human development
Students will use their smartphone or iPad to scan QR codes that link to specific aid programs. Then use the information to complete a task handout, where they identify and evaluate specific information related to the aid programs. After this, students follow another link that takes them to a customised map with geographical and statistical information on each aid program, which they record in their task handout.
QR codes and QR readers—a QR code a two-dimensional image that encodes text, a URL or other information, while the QR reader interprets the encoded information.
Google Maps Engine Lite enables the user to plot specific information on maps.
To gather and analyse information from a range of specified webpages relating to aid programs and global health and human development.
To geographically identify location of aid programs in relation to Australia.
Instruct students prior to the lesson to download a QR reader.
Coloured posters with QR codes are displayed around the room prior to the start of the lesson.
Introduce the lesson and distribute task handouts (in hard copy or electronic). Then go through the handout so students understanding what they need to complete.
- QR codes and QR readers
- Google Maps Engine Lite – customised map
You will need a class Gmail address or a class Google account to access this.
Google Maps Engine Lite
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