Title: Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future
Abstract: Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future is a multimedia teacher education programme published by UNESCO. It contains 100 hours (divided into 25 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.
UNESCO, and the international community in general, believes that we need to foster - through education - the values, behaviour, and lifestyles required for a sustainable future. Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future is rooted in a new vision of education that helps students better understand the world in which they live, addressing the complexity and interconnectedness of problems such as poverty, wasteful consumption, environmental degradation, population, health, conflict and human rights that threaten our future.
Teaching and Learning for a Sustainable Future will enable teachers to plan learning experiences that empower their students to develop and evaluate alternative visions of a sustainable future and to work creatively with others to help bring their visions of a better world into effect. It will also enhance the computer literacy of teachers and build their skills in using multimedia-based resources and strategies in their teaching.
Date of Publication: December 2004
Resource Type: Glossary - Manual/Handbook - Classroom Lessons - Language Options
Green Your Lesson Plan Associated Subjects:
- Educator Resource
- Educator Resource - Environmental
- Educator Resource - Language (non-English)
- Educator Resource - Language (non-English) - French
- Educator Resource - Language (non-English) - Other
- Educator Resource - Language (non-English) - Spanish
- Sustainability - Integration into Teaching