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November 2021

The Role of Teacher Education in Responding to Global Challenges

30th November 2021, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Online

The webinar is open to teacher educators. (university or school-based) and those with an interest in the education and training of future teachers. It will be an opportunity to: Explore the place of Learning for Equity and Sustainability (LFES) in Initial Teacher Education (ITE) and contribute to ongoing dialogue about how ITE responds to global challengesConnect with colleagues from all 4 regions of the UK, learn from examples of good practice and reflect on current guidance and opportunities for ITE For more…

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January 2022

Our 2021 AGM and networking event

12th January 2022, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Learning for Sustainability Scotland warmly invites you to attend our AGM and Networking event on Wednesday 12th January 2022 from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm. At the start of a new year, and of Scotland’s Year of Stories 2022, this year’s annual gathering, held online, is a chance to reconnect with both people and planet through stories. We’ll be celebrating our members stories, and taking a look at our own, as well as exploring how to tell sustainability stories in…

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March 2022

‘Learning for a Sustainable Future’ – free online course

14th March 2022, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This popular free five-week massive open access online course (MOOC), for educators and everyone with an interest in sustainability, starts again on 14th March 2022.  How to live a sustainable life affects – and connects – us all. Learn more about current global issues and consider how we can all take action, personally or locally. The MOOC has a particular focus for those working in formal or informal education that would like to bring some of the activities and issues covered…

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Join the LfS conversation: monthly Drop-In sessions with GTC Scotland

17th March 2022, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Learning for Sustainability is an international and national priority in education. In Scotland, the Professional Standards for Teachers are underpinned by Learning for Sustainability as a key cross-cutting theme; interdependent with the other key cross-cutting themes of Values and Leadership. We're working with GTC Scotland to develop a Learning for Sustainability Hub to help teachers to explore, engage and enact & embed Learning for Sustainability in their practice. As part of this new Hub, we warmly invite you to connect…

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Climate Crisis: a reflection by the Multi-generational Resilience Wisdom Council

24th March 2022, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Next Thursday, March 24 2022, the Alliance for Intergenerational Resilience (AIR) invites you to witness the 2nd Multi-generational Resilience Wisdom Council. This council brings together youth and Elders from different communities and traditions across Turtle Island and Alba (Scotland) along with Maori knowledge holders living on Turtle Island to share their wisdom, insights, and lessons from their relationships with their territories to better understand the roles we each can play in mitigating the ongoing Climate Crisis. The event will be held…

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April 2022

Planting the Seeds: Whole-Institution Approaches to Implementing ESD in Further and Higher Education

26th April 2022, 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Join EAUC Scotland and Learning for Sustainability Scotland online to explore how to engage, enable and support the implementation of Education for Sustainable Development in colleges and universities. Insights into innovative approaches to pedagogy and assessment, governance mechanisms, frameworks and policies will be shared  by students and staff from a range of institutions and there will be opportunities for open discussion and resource sharing.   This event is open UK wide and everyone is welcome to attend.  Click here to register:…

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Join the LfS Conversation: the second monthly Drop-In session with GTC Scotland

28th April 2022, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Learning for Sustainability is an international and national priority in education. In Scotland, the Professional Standards for Teachers are underpinned by Learning for Sustainability as a key cross-cutting theme; interdependent with the other key cross-cutting themes of Values and Leadership. We’re working with GTC Scotland to develop a Learning for Sustainability Hub to help teachers to explore, engage and enact & embed Learning for Sustainability in their practice. As part of this new Hub, we warmly invite you to connect with other…

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May 2022

Co-creating a Fair and Green Future with Young People: Learning for Sustainability in Action

12th May 2022, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Co-hosted in partnership with YouthLink Scotland, this interactive webinar explores how to work with young people to envision and co-create a sustainable future in their own communities, and to become active change agents. COP 26 demonstrated that young people are vocal and active, demanding urgent and decisive change and holding leaders accountable, in particular to address the climate, nature and social justice crises. They have, and continue to envision, creative and ingenious solutions to sustainability challenges. What is required for…

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LfS in the Professional Standards – Drop-In #3

26th May 2022, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Calling all teachers in Scotland! Join our monthly drop-in sessions to discuss and share more about Learning for Sustainability across the Professional Standards. Drop-In #3 will have a focus on Self-Evaluation. Book your place here: Learning for Sustainability & the Professional Standards: monthly drop-in 3 Tickets, Thu 26 May 2022 at 16:00 | Eventbrite Learning for Sustainability is an international and national priority in education. In Scotland, the Professional Standards for Teachers are underpinned by Learning for Sustainability as a…

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July 2022

Indigeneity in Europe: Issues and Perspectives

28th July 2022, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Indigeneity in Europe: Issues and Perspectives The Place Wisdom Working Group (PWWG) of the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore are preparing an exciting scoping workshop this July to bring members of the group together with one another and with others representing diverse institutions, expertise, and knowledges, to share and develop understandings of indigeneity in the European context.  The event, which is a collaboration between the PWWG, UHI’s Institute for Northern Studies, and Learning for Sustainability Scotland, is planned to…

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