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Sustainability in education
Transcript of Sustainability in education
into learning programs
Welcome to TAESUS501A
Overview of Unit
Research sustainability skill requirements of an industry area
Determine sustainability skills relevant to training
Customise training programs to incorporate sustainability skills
Key questions to scaffold critical thinking skills:
Where did this information or view come from?
Who provided it?
How are they funded?
Whose interests do they represent?
What values are they expressing (explicitly or covertly)
What evidence do they present?
Do they evaluate it?
Critical Reflection becomes
Life supporting resources are declining
While consumption of life supporting resources it rising
A global Perspective
The Landscape of oil
What is YOUR definition of sustainability?
Key ideas, themes, feelings…
What is sustainability?
“…being able to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
Our Common Future, World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987
Transformation and change
Education for all and lifelong learning
Envisioning a better future
Critical thinking and reflection
Partnerships for change
How many planets do need to sustain your current lifestyle?
The Triple bottom line
Participant names can be used only once
You may use your own name in one box
Education for Sustainability (EfS)
Education about Sustainability (EaS)
EfS is transformational and is underpinned by six key adult learning principles.
FaS is focused on the skills and knowledge needed to be more sustainable