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Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future is a multimedia teacher education programme published by UNESCO. It contains 100 hours (divided into 27 modules) of professional development for use in pre-service teacher courses as well as the in-service education of teachers, curriculum developers, education policy makers, and authors of educational materials.
Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future contains 27 professional development modules, organised in four thematic sections.
A sequenced introduction to global realities, imperatives for sustainable development and educational issues that form the rationale for Educating for a Sustainable Future.
Sustainable Development Across the Curriculum
An overview of ways in which Educating for a Sustainable Future can be integrated into all areas of the curriculum, especially into cross-curriculum themes such as citizenship, health and consumer education.
An illustration of how different curriculum themes may be reoriented to integrate an interdisciplinary emphasis on sustainable futures.
Teaching & Learning Strategies
Practical advice on using teaching and learning strategies that can help students achieve the wide range of knowledge, skill and values objectives of Education for Sustainable Development.
For use in pre-service teacher courses as well as the in-service education of teachers, curriculum developers, education policy makers, and authors of educational materials.
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Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future has been developed within the UNESCO programme on Educating for a Sustainable Future. It was initiated in partnership with the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Centre of Educational Innovation for Development.
The project was originally undertaken by UNESCO in its function as task manager for the International Work Programme on Education, Public Awareness and Training for Sustainability of the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development and in preparation for the World Summit on Sustainable Development (Rio+10) to be held in 2002. Versions 4-6 were programme updates in anticipation of and during the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development 2005-2014.
Prepared for UNESCO with extensive contributions from staff at Griffith University, RMIT University and SWEDESD.
Project Coordinators: John Fien and Clayton White
UNESCO Project Manager: Jeanne Damlamian
The advice of an international reference group and over 50 Programme Specialists within UNESCO was invaluable in the development of Version 1 of the programme. Version 2 was developed from an extensive evaluation supported by UNESCO field offices, members of the UNESCO Associated Schools Project, UNESCO Clubs, the International Network for the Reorientation of Teacher Training to Address Sustainability managed by the UNESCO Chair at York University (Canada), the Network of UNESCO Chairs for Teacher Education, the International Baccalaureate Organisation, Education International and the World Confederation of Teachers.
UNESCO acknowledges the contribution of these organisations, groups and networks who recruited and supported many individual teachers and educators, experts on sustainable development and multimedia specialists for the trial and evaluation process.
The Version 6 update (2010) and the addition of the modules on Climate Change and Globalisation was made possible with a grant from the Japanese Fund in Trust.