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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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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

e.g. in what subjects are SD themesintegrated?

  • relevant
  • easy to understand
  • representative

information on the results: e.g. – performance of trained teachers

output

e.g. are there quality criteria for ESD-related teaching materials?

outcome

qualitative aspects: in terms of values, attitudes, local culture etc.

e.g.do educational institutions/organizations participate in international networks?

MEASURABLE

INDICATORSFOR ESD

instead of numerous

Less INDICATORS

Guidelines in the classroom:

Quality Criteria – e.g.

# Critical thinking and the language of possibility

# Cooperative and experiential learning

systemic view

# Value clarification and development

# Appreciate and confrontdiversity and to look at this as ‘opportunities’ for broadening options for change

holistic perspective

Teacher

# Action perspective

adequate scope

ESD will be implemented in the classroom!

Dieter Gross

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References:

“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)

Projectnumber: 100530-CP1-2002-1-AT-COMENIUS-C3

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

CEP/AC.13/2005/9

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,

Chambéry

http://www.desd.sustain-future.org/chambery.pdf