Step-by-Step Classroom Guide & Resources
Bring Model UN to your Classroom
Whether you are tackling Model UN as a new teacher or experienced one, introduce your students to the United Nations, how the Security Council (SC) functions, and SC reforms through our step-by-step guided online modules designed for the classroom. All of our resources are free to access once you have registered.
Why Model UN?
These free 5 Model UN Modules are innovative experiential education modules and step-by-step guides to be implemented by teachers and MUN facilitators. Assist your students in how to think outside the box in terms of reform, question the status quo of the Security Council, and take your classroom to the next level!
The Security Council is one of the most important United Nations bodies; it has the power to consider any situation that could endanger international peace, and its resolutions are binding. Currently, it represents only 15 of the 193 countries in the UN; with our reform, all 193 member states are included in 12 regions with weighted voting calculations, and with no veto power.
What is available?
These free 5 Model UN Modules are innovative experiential education modules and step-by-step guides to be implemented by teachers and MUN facilitators. Get access to classroom activities, online quizzes, and facilitator guides.
Complete the registration form at the here and we will get back to you with access credentials for our teachers portal and materials.
Step-by-step guide where each module lays out pre-session preparation, materials and time-frame needed for each group activity and guiding questions.
Through group activities for each module, students can begin to master the skills required to complete a full Model UN simulation and conference.
Online quizzes are available to help you evaluate your students understanding of the UN, Security Council, and why reform is needed.
Join a community of practice to share ideas, ask questions, and get inspired by other teachers and Model UN facilitators worldwide.
Earn professional development digital badges and become experts in the United Nations, Security Council, and reform security council committees.
Who We Are
The Workable World Trust, partnering with Citizens for GlobalSolutions (CGS) and Model UN Development Organization (MUNDO), is committed to creating and supporting Model UN Conference and classroom “reform tracks” that demonstrate potential changes to the current system that would make it more people-centered, transparent, fair, and able to effectively handle the many global challenges of the 21st century. We seek to devise, promote and disseminate ideas conducive to the establishment of a “workable world”.