This professional learning has been created by the University of Edinburgh and Learning for Sustainability Scotland, for the British Council / Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Connecting Classrooms programme.
This course will begin in January 2021 and is fully funded for all 3-18 years teachers in state funded schools, colleges and early learning and childcare centres in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Modules will be released fortnightly, starting on 15th January 2021. See the Eventbrite page for module themes and dates, and also to register for the course.
You will be supported by skilled facilitators with a background in Learning for Equity and Sustainability and online learning and do not need any advanced technical expertise to take part. Aligned with current education priorities across UK and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, this fully online professional learning will support you to think about, plan for, and implement Learning for Equity and Sustainability in your own practice and in your teaching context. You will make connections at individual, institutional and global levels, inspiring you and your students to develop the confidence, skills, knowledge, values and attitudes we all need to thrive and create positive change in our increasingly interconnected world.
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Learning for Sustainability Scotland
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Projektid ja partnerlused
Engagement in this fully funded course will: 1) Support you to create an enabling environment for Learning for Equity and Sustainability in your teaching and setting, and significantly enhance young people's educational experience. 2) Inform your own professional development. 3) Enhance your participation in the Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning programme, supporting whole setting and cluster approaches. 4) Give access to an international network of like-minded teachers.
While participating in this course you will: 1) In the context of Learning for Equity and Sustainability and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, reflect on how to develop the skills and values required of teachers and learners to live in an interdependent world. 2) Critically consider practical approaches to learning and teaching for Learning for Equity and Sustainability. 3) Reflect on the impact of approaches to Learning for Equity and Sustainability at an individual, whole school and global level. 4) Develop confidence in your teacher leadership for Learning for Equity and Sustainability and engage in peer learning opportunities through an established practitioner network
Osalemise ja / või õpitulemuste tunnistamine/sertifitseerimine
If working beyond the 10 weeks to achieve GTCS Professional Recognition (Scotland) you will be asked to submit a portfolio of learning.