In this research, life studies and social studies course curricula were analyzed according to the sustainability goals of the United Nations Development Program (2016). The research was carried out with the qualitative research method. The research group is the 2018 life studies curriculum and primary school social studies curriculum. The data were accessed using the "document review" technique. Descriptive analysis was used in the analysis of the data. According to the findings of the research, it is the principle of “gapped health and wellbeing, responsible production and consumption” of the sustainability goals that the outcomes of the life studies and social studies course curriculum are the most. It has been determined that the number of outcomes related to goals such as "quality education, gender inequality" in both curriculums is low. The life studies and social studies course aims “to develop the individual’s life skills and to support him/her to be a good and responsible citizen. In this context, the results of the research showed that both courses were partially compatible and indirectly related to the UNSO (2016) objectives.
|Subjects||Other Fields of Education|
|Publication Date||August 15, 2023|
|Published in Issue||Year 2023 Volume: 10 Issue: 1|