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Category Archives: LfS Scotland News

Blog: How Open Education materials can enhance the practice of learning for sustainability practitioners

Ronald MacIntyre lives and works in the West Highlands with his family. He has a long term research education and social justice background and balances working for the Open University with voluntary work in the community and running a small croft. In 2016 Ronald developed the Open Education Practices task group with other interested members of […]

Join the LfS Scotland Steering Group

Be part of Scotland’s largest network of learning for sustainability practitioners and help shape the future work and developments by joining the LfS Scotland Stee Learning for Sustainability Scotland, Scotland’s UN recognised Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development, is looking for eight members for our Steering Group to be elected at the […]

LfSS Professional Development course – open for bookings

LfS Scotland, in partnership with the Moray House School of Education, is now taking bookings for our new Leadership for Sustainability professional development course – a one-day course for Head Teachers, Depute Head Teachers and Principal Teachers in primary or secondary schools, and local authority officers with a key role in supporting Learning for Sustainability. […]

LfS Scotland Steering Group elected

We are delighted to announce the new LfS Scotland Steering Group are: Kate Campbell – Sustrans Geoff Fagan – The CADISPA Trust Ulli Kockel – Heriot Watt University Kirsten Leask – The Soil Association Sara Lee – Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges (EAUC) Marie Jeanne McNaughton – The University of Strathclyde Rebekah Stackhouse – […]