Pedagogical and didactic aims of the project are as follows:
  • to teach students about the concept of SD, international regulations in this subject, types of capital, criteria and tools for measuring SD in schools, and different strategies of supporting implementation of SD into school/students environment /local environment (project based social work, inclusive education strategies, problem solving research, developing lesson plan),
  • to enable participants to explain - thanks to the knowledge, skills and attitudes they experienced during the project - the importance of the principles of education for SD and introduce these principles in their approach to education and training,
  • to apply the integrated approach of SD with an emphasis on social and cultural, economic and environmental aspects in their own educational system and real school situations (developing teaching materials, microteaching),
  • to create links between universities, future teachers and school environment,
  • to share experiences on implementation of the concept of SD into the school environment of different countries,
  • to prepare students to undertake a creative role in developing lesson plans, making good use of various teaching strategies, methods and tools;
  • to collaborate in a multidisciplinary team to establish a learning method and a lesson plan for sustainability integrated in various subjects over different years of study,
  • to make use of different kinds of teaching methods, ICT applications, and best practices to achieve goals for SD,
  • to improve their communication skills and command of English,
  • to introduce new didactical materials about SD suitable for every primary and secondary schools, available on the IP website.
  • Sustainable development from educational perspective.
  • Education for social and cultural sustainability.
  • Education for economic sustainability.
  • Education for environmental sustainability
  • Teaching practice (microteaching)
  • Evaluation of didactical effects

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