In 1979 the Club of Rome committed to innovative learning which integrates the ethical dimension. Nowadays, this still seems to be valid (Müller-Using 2018 1 , UN 2011 2 ). Knowledge and competence should not only be complemented by the ethical dimension but steered by it.
What changes are needed in education in order to reach the aim of the Global Goals?
What are some practical examples of innovative ways that schools have taken?
This seminar will combine input from recognised experts and the participants’ own experience and vision to explore innovative ways for education.
Müller-Using, Susanne (2018):
Ethos und Empathie. Interkulturelle
Vergleichsstudie zur LehrerInnenbildung an der Universität Osnabrück und der
Universidad de Costa Rica. V&R
United Nations Declaration on Human Rights
Education and Training (2011).
ESD for 2030 – the Key Enabler to Achieve all SDGs
Prof. Charles A. Hopkins
UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education towards Sustainability at York University, Canada
|09:00||Introduction to the seminar (short lecture)
Rainer Kopp and Dr. Susanne Müller-Using
|10:00 – 12:30||Visit to the UNESCO School Bert Brecht Gesamtschule Bonn|
|13:30 – 15:00||Keynote 2
New Ways for School to Meet ESD
Whole-school Approach within the SDGs
Former student of ESBZ school Berlin, author and trainer
|15:30 – 17:30||Interactive dialogue/World cafe|
|Night in Bonn|
|09:15 – 10:30||Workshops – Introduction
1. “Knowledge and competence should not be complemented by the ethic dimension but steered by it” Value and Knowledge Education
Prof. Dr. Jean Luc Patry, University of Salzburg
2. Education Gang: With Energy towards Future Peer Education – learning among peers
Matthias Riepe, Zukunftsstiftung Bildung (Future Foundation Education)
3. The Global School in Sweden – supporting kindergardens and schools in developing ESD
Bo Hellström (Den Globala Skolan) – tbc
https://www.utbyten.se/program/ (please use Google translator on site)
4. ESD in school practice UNESCO associated school Bert-Brecht Gesamtschule Bonn
5. Initiating and facilitating sustainable learning processes under ESD and SDG Practice examples: Engagement competencies in school, process competencies in the community
Lars Meyer, Forum Eltern und Schule (Forum for Parents and School)
6. ESD and the SDGs: The practice of “learning region” management for the goals under Education2030
Martina Eick, Umweltbundesamt und Jasson Jakovides, Fields Corporate Responsibility
7. Moving on…UNESCO’s Global Action Programme (GAP) and “ESD for 2030” – the new framework: lessons learned and a new momentum for ESD Bianca Bilgram, German Commission for UNESCO
|11:00 – 12:30||Seven workshops
Each participant chooses one topic and becomes an “expert” on the subject dealt with in the workshop
|14:00 – 15:00||Groups, in which “experts” from all workshops are represented exchange the results of their workshop|
|15:30 – 16:30||Keynote 3
The benefits of World Heritage Centres as Studying Places and the Cooperation with ESD Educational Institutions
Head of the Centre World Heritage Bamberg
|16:30||Evaluation of the seminar and perspectives|
|Dinner and night in a “Brauhaus” in Cologne|
ESD for 2030 – the Key Enabler to achieve all SDGs
Charles Hopkins holds the UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education towards Sustainability at York University Toronto, Canada where he coordinates two research networks focused on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). Hopkins consults for institutions worldwide including governments, universities and school systems. He is advisor to the United Nations University’s network of Regional Centres of Expertise on ESD, UNESCO-UNEVOC and CoDirector of the Asia-Pacific Institute on ESD in Beijing, China.
Benefit of World Heritage Centers as Studying
Places for ESD Educational Institutions
Patricia Alberth is head of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre Bamberg; Germany. She works in heritage education, learning from history for the future. In the centre is cooperation with schools and communities. Previously, she worked for several years at the UNESCO World Heritage Center in Paris
New Ways for Schools to Meet ESD Goals Whole-school approach within the SDGs
Jamila Tressel is a former student at the ESBZ School and a young author, speaker and trainer, empowering young people to unfold their potential and make a change. After many negative experiences in the traditional school system she is campaigning for a drastic change of the education system, speaking at national and international conferences and leading trainings for students, teachers and managers. Jamila Tressel also works with the newly formed initiative “Global Goals Curriculum 2030”.
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