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February 2021

Leading Change in Learning for Equity and Sustainability in ITE

10th February 2021, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Online course, 10th February - 24th March 2021 The Leading Change course is an advanced online course for those considering how to initiate and implement wider scale Learning for Equity and Sustainability  change in Initial teacher education. Led by Learning for Sustainability Scotland (LfS) and University of Edinburgh, the course responds to growing recognition of the need to inspire new teachers' engagement with issues relevant to young peoples' development in local and global contexts. The aim is to support teacher…

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March 2021

Making Connections through Learning for Equity and Sustainability

5th March 2021, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

A new online course, starting 5th March 2021 Aligned with current education priorities across UK and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, this fully online facilitated professional learning for teachers in ELC, schools and Colleges will support you to think about, plan for, and implement, Learning for Equity and Sustainability in your own practice and in your teaching context. Click HERE for more details and to reserve your place on Eventbrite.

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Introducing Learning for Equity and Sustainability in ITE

17th March 2021, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Facilitated online Professional Learning for UK based teacher educators, starting 17 March 2021. Click here for more information and to reserve your place on Eventbrite. Developed by TEENet and LfS Scotland through collaboration between teacher educators across the UK, this introductory course will support you to develop the confidence to plan for, and implement, Learning for Equity and Sustainability in your Initial Teacher Education practice, inspiring new teachers who can support young peoples’ engagement with local and global issues.

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Storytelling, Drama & Creativity Outdoors

23rd March 2021, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

This interactive webinar with Eco Drama is for teachers, NGOs and others who are interested to explore, promote and develop the role of Creativity in Learning for Sustainability. The session will Share evidence from the Out to Play project, demonstrating the impact and benefits of using the arts in Learning for Sustainability and outdoor learning/environmental education for 3-11 year old’s, specifically exploring the role of outdoor storytelling and drama.Share practical, creative approaches from the Out to Play project.Provide opportunities for participation, discussion…

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April 2021

Making Connections through Learning for Equity and Sustainability

23rd April 2021, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

This fully online facilitated professional learning for teachers in ELC, schools and Colleges will support you to think about, plan for, and implement, Learning for Equity and Sustainability in your own practice and in your teaching context. Click HERE for more details and to reserve your place on Eventbrite.

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Leading Change in Learning for Equity and Sustainability in ITE

28th April 2021, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Facilitated online Professional Learning for UK based teacher educators, starting 28 April 2021. Click here to reserve your place on Eventbrite. Developed by TEENet and LfS Scotland through collaboration between teacher educators across the UK,  Leading Change is a course for those interested in reflecting deeply and critically on LfES and considering how to initiate and implement wider scale LfES change, at a departmental or institutional level.

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May 2021

Interpreting and implementing the new Guidance on Education for Sustainable Development for Higher Education

27th May 2021, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join EAUC Scotland and Learning for Sustainability Scotland online to explore the new QAA / Advance HE Guidance on Education for Sustainable Development. The session will include  an introduction to the guidance, insight into implementation plans from staff within a range of positions within Higher Education Institutions as well as the Co-Chairs of the Advisory Group for the Guidance, and an open discussion on barriers to implementation and opportunities the Guidance presents for individual attendees. Book your free place here.

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June 2021

Achieving the SDGs: Action through Learning in a time of Global Crises

8th June 2021, 8:00 am - 10:00 am

In Autumn 2021, both COP26 and the 12th RCE Global Conference are coming to Scotland. In advance of this, join the second of two pre-Conference Global RCE webinars on Tuesday 8th June 2021. The session will focus on the UNESCO ESD for 2030 Roadmap and share approaches to bringing about, embedding and sustaining the changes required for the global transition to a better world. Click here for more details and to reserve your place.

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Collaborate on climate change and the Global Goals with Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning

10th June 2021, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Understanding - and taking collaborative action on - the big issues that shape our world has never been more important. Issues like climate change, inequality, health & wellbeing and sustaining the natural world connect and concern us all - wherever we are. Get help to collaborate locally and globally on these big issues! Collaboration is key to solving these issues and Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning is here to help you connect with other educators and learners - both here…

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The Future they Want – Supporting Young People to Take Action for a Sustainable World

15th June 2021, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

This interactive webinar explores how to inspire hearts and minds and support young people to both envision a sustainable future in their own communities , and to become active change agents for sustainability. In the run up to this year’s climate change conference, COP26, to be held in Glasgow in November it is clear that today’s young people and following generations will be left to face the consequences of decisions made. It is their present and future that are at…

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