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posted on 2023-08-08, 14:24 authored by Ruby Ann AyoRuby Ann Ayo, Peter Adan G. Daet


The Sustainable Development Goals set for accomplishment in 2030 offer diverse opportunities in various sectors including the academe. The academe performing multiple functions may serve as channel for attaining its targets. The paper analyzed the content topics among the core Social Science New General Education subjects as prospects for achieving applicable SDG. The results of the analysis became the basis for the development of sample teaching guides integrating SDGs. The results revealed SDG 4- Quality Education SDG 5- Gender Equality, SDG 10- Reduced Inequalities, SDG 12- Responsible Consumption and Production, SDG 13- Climate Change, and SDG 16- Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions are feasible for integration into the core Social Science New General Education Curriculum subjects such as Contemporary World, Ethics, Readings in Philippine History and Understanding the Self. Teaching Guides integrating SDGs characterized by the essential elements for the meaningful development of the learners are available and ready for use.


Bicol University


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  • Philippines

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  • Higher Education Faculty 4-yr College

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Bicol University

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