Education for Sustainable Living
New methods of thinking and behaving are required to address today’s global concerns. The process of social awareness and transformation, as well as the paradigm shifts required for sustainable living, can all be significantly aided by education.
To achieve this, it is necessary to increase education and teachers’ contribution to the development of stronger, fairer, more sustainable, and more peaceful societies.
Education for sustainability is driven by a broad understanding of education and learning that includes people of all ages, backgrounds and at all stages of life. It takes place within all possible learning spaces, formal and informal, in schools, workplaces, homes and communities.
Course objectives: This course aims to increase teachers’ knowledge of sustainable development concerns and their capacity to apply sustainability objectives and principles to their classroom activities and lesson plans. By integrating Education for Sustainable Development into classrooms, subject curricula, and schools, this course intends to help participants contribute to the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals.
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Our pricing policy follows the official regulations on transparent costs.
The costs can be supported with a KA grant under the Erasmus+ programme.
Course fee: 660 euros per participant (7-day course).
- Learning Together’s Welcome Kit;
- A Daily Program designed by our trainers;
- Welcome Dinner to meet your new colleagues;
- Social and Cultural Heritage Activities;
- Daily Coffee Break;
- Logistic, organizational and administrative support from headquarters;
- Daily assistance and on-call support throughout the whole week.
- Clarify concepts of sustainability, sustainable lifestyles and responsible consumption;
- Understand the principles and objectives of education for sustainable development;
- Strengthen educators’ capacities and skills to integrate the values of sustainability in their areas;
- Inspire educators to contribute to building more coherent, harmonious, and sustainable societies;
- Promote the exchange of practices between educators from different contexts and regions;
- Explore methodological and pedagogical tools that promote a new awareness of our relationship with the environment and sustainable lifestyles;
- Discuss the benefits of an active learning approach to encourage students to solve problems, formulate complex questions, debate, explain and brainstorm during class;
- Empower educators to create practical & meaningful experiences;
- Improve technical language, communication and social skills;
- Promote intercultural awareness;
- Transfer and share core values, experiences and effective teaching practices with other teachers and colleagues.
- Welcome dinner,icebreaking
- Meet & greet, networking – participants and staff
- Week briefing & planning
- Networking activities
- Challenges of the 21st Century and the Sustainable Development Goals
- Biodiversity, biosecurity and conservation. Special case: Madeira Island
- Understanding and characterising the landscapes’ flora, fauna, and vegetation and the main environmental factors that influence their distribution and adaptation
- The specific conditions of Macaronesia islands (Madeira and Azores)
- The Laurissilva Forest
- Develop biodiversity knowledge
- Learn how biodiversity can be protected effectively and equitably
- Theory and practices of environmental education
- Education for sustainable development, principles and characteristics
- Understanding the challenges facing society locally & globally and the potential role of educators and learners
- Developing practical skills and action competence in relation to education for sustainable development
- Training methods for sustainable development education
- Exploring sustainability topics and reflecting on how they relate to personal lifestyles
- Key principles and benefits of outdoor education and learning
- Outdoor education for personal and social development and sensory awareness
- Teaching outdoors in urban settings: outside the classroom, there is more than nature – literacy and science outdoors
- Neurobiology and Well-Being
- Artistic Expression with and in Nature
- Practical work: delivering outdoor educational activities
- Active learning approaches to engage exploration of sustainability topics
- Engage learners in experiential education: reflection and action
- Experiencing group exercises and problem-solving games
- Explore resource materials that can be used in active learning
- Group work: presentation
- Reflection, future cooperation, planning follow-up activities
- Discussion and evaluation of the course
- Learning validation and outcomes
- Certification Ceremony
Social Program & Activities in beautiful Funchal, Madeira
- Disclosed upon the course’s start date
*This schedule/ program describes likely activities but may differ based on the trainer's discretion and objectives.
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