This student worked with the Museum of Solutions to develop content for a water exhibit in what was formerly called the 'What If? City Gallery for Children’. As part of this project, a pop-up exhibition called the 'Museum of Grey Sunshine' was conceptualised and set up for the KER Summit 2020 hosted by Teach for India in New Delhi and the Lego Idea Conference 2020. The project also looks at teaching strategies that could be employed for integrating Global Goals into the Indian mainstream curriculum through a designed framework to develop workshops and a quarterly publication that contextualises UN Global goals to India with an aim to develop a participatory and optimistic approach towards sustainable development. It also proposes an idea for an organisation named 'Brahmi' that will offer a one-stop shop solution on ESD, aiming to make children understand Global Goals, and relate to the problems of real life and associate them with the subjects and aspects of educational content.
Keywords: Brahmi, education for sustainable development, Museum of Solutions, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), workshops
Student Name: Urja Kalpesh Jhaveri
Guide: Mr. Jonak Das, Co-Guide: Ms. Tanishka Kachru