Welcome to Learning and Teaching Sustainability
Sharing sustainability education
This site represents a community of Australian tertiary educators that is supported by the Australian Government. We aim to provide information on sustainabilitycourses in tertiary institutions in Australia and to share innovative sustainability teaching materials. Contact us for more information or register to contribute to the community.
Tropical North Queensland TAFE
TAE Sustainable Skill Set (available for a limited time)
Calling all VET practitioners in the field of sustainability. A professional development program, funded by the Commonwealth Government, is available to help you embed the principles of Education for Sustainability ...
Carbon Wicked Problem
The aim of this activity is to challenge students to engage with a contemporary complex problem. Framed as a 'wicked' problem according to the criteria of Rittel and Webber (1973 ...
I convene the Master of Environment (Education for Sustainability) program within Griffith Sciences at Griffith University. My research is in the sociology of education, with a special interest in post-structuralist ...
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