We recently held an energising round-table event to explore how a movement for change can be catalysed by Scotland’s refreshed national Learning for Sustainability Action Plan’s forthcoming national ‘Call to Action’.
On 05 September, YouthLink Scotland and Learning for Sustainability Scotland held a ’round table’ event for key individuals in youth sector network organisations in Scotland to discuss and examine Scotland’s refreshed national Learning for Sustainability Action Plan.
Join YouthLink Scotland and Learning for Sustainability Scotland as we discuss and examine the new national Learning for Sustainability Action Plan and the opportunities it offers for the youthwork sector.
We’re delighted to welcome Scotland’s refreshed national Learning for Sustainability (LfS) Action Plan: ‘Target 2030: a movement for people, planet and prosperity, which was launched on 23rd June at Grove Academy in Dundee by Jenny Gilruth MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills.
Monitoring and evaluating education for sustainable development in Higher Education workshop (Senior Managers)
Measuring, monitoring and evaluating Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is an important task. Join this interactive workshop to learn more about monitoring and evaluating Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in your own higher education institution.
On Tuesday, 23 May, in collaboration with the Scottish Government, we held an online opportunity for people to hear more about and be part of the discussion on the blueprint for Scotland – Scotland’s National Performance Framework
What kind of Scotland do you want to see? Have your say on the blueprint for Scotland – the National Performance Framework.
Teacher professional learning has been identified as one of the most significant catalysts for bringing innovation and sustainability into our education systems. The EU has formally called for Learning for Sustainability to become a key priority area in education policies and programmes and for support to be given to educators through training and professional development. A new report shares examples of good practice from across Europe – including Scotland.
Taking action on climate change is one of the major challenges of our times, and education has a major role to play. Teach the Future has four key asks for policy makers and presented them at a Scottish Parliamentary reception on 22 March.
Learning for Sustainability and the Professional Standards – monthly Drop-In #10: celebrating teaching and learning approaches to LfS ahead of the launch of the refreshed national Learning for Sustainability Action Plan
Join us and the General Teaching Council for Scotland at our monthly drop-in sessions to connect with other practitioners and contributors to share, celebrate and discuss more about Learning for Sustainability and what it means for you, your practice, your setting and your wider learning community.