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SIMA CHALLENGE: 2030 Impact Campaign

An impact campaign starts with one thing: inspiration. Here, students watch a lineup of SIMA films and then create and execute an impact advocacy campaign within their schools/communities. Join hundreds of classrooms around the world participating to win the challenge.

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THE ARTIST: Creative Activism

Students will learn the power of visual storytelling by exercising their artistic skills through creative expression, igniting critical consciousness.

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THE CLIMATE ACTIVIST: Unplastify

The Unplastify Challenge invites high school students across the world to explore the complex issue of plastic pollution by connecting emotionally with the topic, reflecting about their own relationship with the material, and inspiring them to get involved.

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THE ENTREPRENEUR: Purpose-Driven Businesses

Social enterprise and the modern entrepreneur. Students will learn different types of social business models and how to create basic business concepts and company mission statements.

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THE JOURNALIST: Media literacy 101

Create a classroom newsroom. Learn the basics of editorial writing, including how to write and present an editorial pitch and how to package it into one of the four editorial types: ‘argument and persuasion’, ‘information and interpretation’, ‘tribute, appreciation or commendation’, and ‘entertainment: satirical treatment of a serious subject’.

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THE NARRATOR: Media Literacy 102

The goal of this lesson is to sharpen student’s crucial media literacy skills.

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The Listener: Better Conversations

Foster a safe environment for productive conversations and support participants through a systems thinking process as they grapple to understand complex global issues.

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The VR/360 Producer

Created in partnership with MYWorld360
Students will learn to capture 360° media, a format that captures the world in every direction at once — up, down, and all around. It’s an incredible, immersive experience, as if you were dropped into someone else’s shoes.