Explore Education for Sustainable Futures in theory and in practice with student teachers, teachers and teacher educators from across Europe as part of an international community of practice.
This Active Learning Event (ALE) comprises three online webinars and the chance to attend a three-day face-to-face workshop in Dresden from 21st-23rd of March. During the course, participants gain a foundation in Sustainable Futures Education (SFE) in general and in relation to a special interest area of their choice. Participants select a special interest area by joining one of the following working groups (WG) at the point of registration.
A detailed description of the ALE, can be found here
- WG1: Sustainability and Entrepreneurship Education
- WG2: Sustainability and Digitality
- WG3: Decoloniality and Sustainable Futures Education
- WG4: Teaching Sustainability & Resilience through Games and Simulations
This Active Learning Event fosters international networking and sharing of experiences between educators, and the design and testing of innovative teaching concepts. A three-day workshop hosted by TU Dresden provides for further interaction, engagement and reflection, with a focus on practical learning and teaching activities.
The first introductory webinar focuses on Sustainable Futures Education (SFE), in relation to participants’ own understandings and international discourses. The second webinar is held in Working Groups, and enables participants to gain a deeper understanding of one aspect of SFE in theory and in practice. During the three-day face-to-face event, participants share practical activities developed for their teaching contexts, reflections and learning. A final webinar provides further opportunity for sharing of practical activities, reflections and learning.
This is a multilingual course. English is the main language of international communication for webinars and face-to-face face workshops. There will be opportunities for participants to use their main languages during group work, and access language support such as subtitles, translation and translanguaging.
A certificate of participation can be provided on request, detailing the content of webinars and face-to-face workshops attended.
- 3 webinars between 4 March and 22 April 2024
- 3-day face-to-face event in Dresden (March 21-23) (for selected* participants)