Milton loves his friends, Amanda and Conrad, and he’d rather not live without them. This is also the case in the physical world, where Milton is 100% dependent on all his good friends, who help children become sustainable global citizens at a young age. Naturally, this also supports Sustainable Development Goal 17 – Partnerships for the Goals.
Milton and his friends
Danida loves Milton so much that the nice people in the judging committee have decided to donate enough money for Milton to create 4 SDG stories and learning materials – all ready to use digitally, free of charge.
Influenter helps Milton on his journeys through the political environments, such as Christiansborg, municipalities and Brussels. Milton would not know how to talk to all the people who wants to meet him, if it weren’t for the advice and guidance from the nice people at Influenter.dk..
There would be no digital teaching material without the web service, LærIT, and their inspirational platform, Skoletube.dk. On this site, all of Milton’s stories, assignments and teacher guides are available for all Danish children. Milton is very happy that Marcus, Uffe, Mette and all the other smart people at LærIT have seen Milton’s potential right from the start.
Hopspots is an interactive learning tool designed to make active learning easy. Naturally, Milton should be included in Hopspots’ universe with his very own ‘bouncing games’. Milton travels, tells stories and plays with his best friends, but he is also a rabbit, who loves to jump and bounce. All with the purpose of teaching children about the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. See more onHopspots’ own website.
In 2011, Meebook decided to change things up and set out on a mission. They wanted to create a digital teaching tool that regular teachers could understand and use, and that would make sense in the classroom. In 2020, Milton will join the quest and become an integrated part of Meebook.