SustainALL: Transform your school for a sustainable future
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SustainALL: Transform your school for a sustainable future

SustainALL: Transform your school for a sustainable future

Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Ludwigsburg University of Education, The Private University College of Teacher Education Augustinum, University of Klagenfurt, University of Porto

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Duration 11 units
Unit 3 hours/unit
Licence CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Participants 10
Availability Unlimited
Start Date 2 April 2024
Costs € 0.00

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General Course Information



The course is aimed in particular at teachers, school leaders and school communities from European Union countries to establish good ESD practice in their everyday school life with focus on all-day school or whole school approach.

The course has a modular structure and can be completed in full or only selectively, depending on prior knowledge, status in the school development process and interests. It is also possible to work in internal school teams.

The content covers an introduction to ESD and the models used in the course as well as in-depth study at three levels.

Module 1 introduces the entire course, theories and models are presented.

Modules 2, 3 and 4 focus on school development processes in the implementation of ESD.

Modules 5, 6 and 7 focus on teachers and the implementation of ESD in the classroom.

Modules 8, 9 and 10 focus on learning processes and the significance of ESD for learners.

Module 11 summarises the contents and encourages further school development processes.

All modules offer an insight into good ESD practice with examples from the participating project schools in Austria, Norway, Portugal and Germany. 

A theory-based input enables the classification of these practical examples and initiates reflection on one's own ESD practice.


Content

Course Content

 

M1 Introduction "What is ESD?"

M2 Mind-set and Value Base

M3 Whole-school Approach

M4 All-day School and ESD

M5 Teachers as Facilitator and Enabler

M6 Interdisciplinarity in Teaching

M7 Sustainability Competence as Learning Objectives

M8 Active and Collaborative Learning

M9 Real World Engagement and Transdisciplinarity

M10 Transformative Learning and Students as Change Agents

M11 Summary and Conclusion, Suggestions for further work on the path to an ESD School

Course Goals

The aim of the course is to identify, establish and further develop good ESD practice in schools.

Teachers and school teams use theoretical concepts and models of ESD as well as the inspiration of good practice examples...

  • when planning, implementing and reflecting on their own ESD school development processes,
  • when planning, implementing and reflecting on ESD lessons and their own role as teachers
  • to support pupils' learning processes.

Previous Knowledge

Previous experience is not required. You should be or want to become part of a school community.

Course Procedure

The course starts on 02.04.2024. Once Module 1 has been completed, all modules will be activated at the same time to enable individual development adapted to the requirements of the schools. When the course starts, there will be weekly international networking and cooperation meetings where you can get to know the course creators and the SutsainALL project team and exchange ideas. The dates and topics will be announced in the individual modules.
 

Safe the Dates!
National online kick-off events

  • Portugal: upcoming soon
  • Germany: 03.04.2024, 17.00-18.00 Uhr
  • Austria: 04.04.2024

 


Certificate

For actively participating in the course you will receive an automatic certificate which includes your username, the course name as well as the completed lessons. We want to point out that this certificate merely confirms that the user answered at least 75% of the self-assessment questions correctly.

Licence

This work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND-4.0. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/

When naming the CC license, please mention the project https://sustainall.eu/.

Course Instructor




Sonja and Steffen Schaal

Sonja and Steffen Schaal are committed to future-oriented teacher training in research and teaching.

In several projects they deal with the training of a reflexive teacher habitus, which is an essential part of the training of 21st Century Skills in many socially relevant areas such as educational justice, biodiversity and sustainability, health, development of a culture of digitality.

In this MOOC, they represent the entire team of the EU SustainALL project as course creators (all participants are named in the partners section and introduced in the video)

https://sustainall.eu/

Dr. Steffen Schaal
Professor of Biology and Biology Education at the Ludwigsburg University of Education

Dr. Sonja Schaal
Professor of Biology and Biology Education University of Education Schwäbisch Gmünd (from 04/24)
Senior Lecturer at the Ludwigsburg University of Education (until 03/24)


Log in The course starts on 2 April 2024. Currently: 10 Participants

Free for all € 0.00

Partners

The SustainALL project team

Team Austria:
The Private University College of Teacher Education Augustinum (PPH Augustinum)
Dr. Christiana Glettler (project leader),  Dr. Andrea Mayr,  Dr. Waltraud Gspurning, Dr. Birgit Phillips

University of Klagenfurt
Prof. Dr. Franz Rauch, Mag. Mira Dulle, Markus Messerschmidt MSc.

Team Portugal:
University of Porto
Prof. Dr. Carla Morais, Dr. Luciano Moreira, Teresa Aguiar MSc.

Team Norway:
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Dr. Robert J. Didham, Dr. Karen Parish, Bente Knippa Vestad, Sacha Irene de Raaf

Team Germany:
Ludwigsburg University of Education
Prof. Dr. Steffen Schaal, Dr. Sonja Schaal, Dr. Benjamin Tempel

The SustainALL project was funded with support from the European Commission.

Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

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Ludwigsburg University of Education

Ludwigsburg University of Education

10 Participants
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The Private University College of Teacher Education Augustinum

The Private University College of Teacher Education Augustinum

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University of Klagenfurt

University of Klagenfurt

Klagenfurt

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University of Porto

University of Porto

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