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‘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.,...

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...

Bill Goddard has just sent this to share with you. As usual it has many interesting things to read. UNESCO Monthly Digest February 2018 Also we just received this invitation to win a considerable prize "Dear Colleagues, The 4th edition of the UNESCO-Japan Prize on Education for Sustainable Development...

Bill Goddard has just received these links to some interesting projects. As he says:- " There is a lot of work going on with a fellow group member called PERL (The Partnership for Education and Research about Responsible Living) and their website shows a lot of interesting material...

Sometimes teachers in (pre-) primary education have the feeling that the curriculum is overloaded . When it comes down to it there seem to be all kind of extra demands from society coming into schools. This is especially so when something is happening and nobody...

The use of mobile platforms to further the ambitions of the SDGs is very clever. A private company in the US has created apps that work both on iPhones and Android devices. Check it out here. The app gets great reviews and could be just what...