The Learning Teacher Network (LTN), works with teachers and educators around the world to promote a vision of education as a means of creating and maintaining a sustainable world.

‘Why we need you as clock builders’ Congratulations to all teachers around the world; you are members of the most important profession in the world! Without you, there would be no carpenters, artists, astronomers, economists, photographers, philosophers, cashiers, journalists, police officers, judges, climatologists, doctors, nurses, etc.,...

  School in culture Culture-art education is a very important part of the educational process since it affects the integral development of an individual; this is why we practice it within the class and through numerous extra-curricular activities. According to my experience, culture-art education is much more effective...

At Sabro-Korsvejskolen, a school, close to the city of Aarhus in Denmark, climate and sustainability are part of the teaching, and has been for some years. All because of a teacher, called Birthe Jason, who makes sure that both students and colleagues get climate and...

The world is in motion: globalization, climate change, migration, robotization, etc. Complex systems are changing. What if tomorrow you were allowed to completely transform the entire educational system; you are not bound by anything. What would be your benchmark, your principles and underlying values? This...

Below are links to many publications recently released by UNESCO on Global Citizenship. Please click on the link to go to the relevant document. Also please find a link to the latest programme document, Teaching and Learning Transformative Engagement.   Global citizenship education: preparing learners for the challenges...

The other day we introduced you to SEED. They are currently running a survey on Attitudes to Sustainability. There are several surveys, aimed at different age groups, and if you (and your kids) can fill out the survey UNESCO will be able to use the...