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Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

What we do.

We understand that engaging young people in Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) requires innovative approaches that resonate with their interests, leverage modern technology, and foster a dynamic and interactive learning environment.

Maker Spaces and Labs:
Create maker spaces and labs where students can engage in hands-on activities, experiments, and building projects.

Interactive Simulations:
Interactive simulations for subjects like science and engineering allow students to experiment and learn through trial and error.

Group Projects:
Facilitate group projects that require teamwork and collaboration, teaching students to work effectively with others.

Online Collaboration Tools:
Use tools like Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, and Slack to enable collaborative work and communication.

Service Learning:
Integrate community service projects with classroom learning to develop civic responsibility and practical skills. Partnerships with Local Organizations:

Partner with local businesses,
Non-profits and cultural institutions provide students with experiential learning opportunities.

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR):
Use VR and AR to create immersive experiences that allow students to explore ecosystems, the effects of climate change, and sustainable practices.

Online Platforms and MOOCs:
Leverage online courses and platforms offering sustainable development modules. Platforms like Coursera and edX often have courses on these topics.

STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics):
Incorporate the arts into STEM education to foster creativity and holistic thinking about sustainability.

Integrated Curriculum:
Develop curricula integrating sustainability across subjects, showing how it relates to science, social studies, language arts, and more.

Social Media Challenges:
Create sustainability challenges that can be shared and participated in through social media platforms.

Digital Storytelling:
Encourage students to create blogs, videos, and podcasts about sustainability issues and solutions.

Partnerships with NGOs and Businesses:
Collaborate with non-profits and businesses focused on sustainability to provide students with real-world insights and opportunities.

Global Connections:
Connect classrooms with other students worldwide through projects like UNESCO’s Associated Schools Network, fostering a global perspective on sustainability.

Sustainability through Art:
Use art projects to explore and express sustainability themes, such as creating sculptures from recycled materials or organizing eco-fashion shows.

Storytelling and Theater:
Incorporate sustainability topics into drama and storytelling, enabling students to creatively explore and communicate these themes.

Green Schools:
Implement sustainable practices within the school infrastructure, such as energy conservation, waste reduction, and sustainable food practices, making the school a living example of sustainability.

StudentLed Audits:
Engage students in conducting sustainability audits of their schools, assessing areas like energy use, waste management, and water conservation.

Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge
Learning from Indigenous Practices: Integrate traditional ecological knowledge and practices into the curriculum, showcasing sustainable living methods that have been practised for generations.

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