QUESTIONS. checklist. measures taken by governments – to implement . e.g. is there a ‘public awareness’ component in relevant national documents that address ESD?. activities/public money/publicly supported research. Indicators must be:. input.
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measures taken by governments – to implement
e.g. is there a ‘public awareness’ component in relevant national documents that address ESD?
activities/public money/publicly supported research
Indicators must be:
e.g. in what subjects are SD themesintegrated?
information on the results: e.g. – performance of trained teachers
e.g. are there quality criteria for ESD-related teaching materials?
qualitative aspects: in terms of values, attitudes, local culture etc.
e.g.do educational institutions/organizations participate in international networks?
instead of numerous
Guidelines in the classroom:
Quality Criteria – e.g.
# Critical thinking and the language of possibility
# Cooperative and experiential learning
# Value clarification and development
# Appreciate and confrontdiversity and to look at this as ‘opportunities’ for broadening options for change
# Action perspective
ESD will be implemented in the classroom!
“Quality Criteria for ESD-Schools” Guidelines to enhance the quality of Education for Sustainable Development
May 2005, ISBN 3-85031-048-5
Authors: Breiting, Søren; Mayer, Michela; Mogensen, Finn;
Editor: Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Dept. V/11c, Environmental Education Affairs
Funded by the European Commission in the frame of the EU-COMENIUS 3 network
“School Development through Environmental Education” (SEED)
In collaboration with the international network “Environment and School Initiatives” (ENSI)
ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE
COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
UNECE Steering Committee on Education for Sustainable Development
First meeting: Geneva, 13 to14 December 2005
INDICATORS FOR EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
progress report on the work of the Expert Group, chaired by Mr. Roel van Raaij (the Netherlands).
Gross, Dieter (1997): A Curriculum Based on the Principle of Sustainable Development
4th European Congress for Environmental Education, AUDES Association of University Departments of Environmental Sciences in Europe: Multidisciplinarity and International Co-operation in Environmental Education,