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Filho, Walter Leal

Teaching Education for Sustainable Development at University Level

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Table of contents

1. Teaching Education for Sustainable Development: Implications on Learning Programmes at Higher Education
Walter Leal Filho, Paul Pace

Part I. Curriculum Elements and Innovation

2. An Approach to Embedding Sustainability into Undergraduate Curriculum: Macquarie University, Australia Case Study
Leanne Denby, Sara Rickards

3. Sustainability in the University Curriculum: Teaching Introductory Economics
Madhavi Venkatesan

4. Strengths and Weaknesses of an E-learning Program in Environmental Sciences at Universidade Aberta, Portugal
Ana Paula Martinho, Paula Vaz-Fernandes, Carla Padrel Oliveira, Paula Bacelar-Nicolau, Ulisses Miranda Azeiteiro, Sandra Caeiro

5. Future Generations: Developing Education for Sustainability and Global Citizenship for University Education Students
Philippa Watkins, Alison Glover

6. Basic Teacher Training Oriented Toward Sustainability: Why and How to Carry It Out Today?
Pedro Vega-Marcote, Mercedes Varela-Losada

7. The University as a Site of Socialisation for Sustainability Education
Jennie Winter, Debby Cotton, Paul Warwick

8. Teacher Education for Sustainable Development: Past, Present and Future
Annette Gough

Part II. Contextualised Case Studies

9. Inquiry-Based Educational Course in Higher Education Towards Sustainable Communities: A Case Study
Dzintra Iliško

10. Students’ Engagement in an Extension Program in Agroecology for Subsistence Farmers at the Universidad Católica Santa Maria La Antigua (USMA), Panamá
Bruno Borsari, Nuria Peréz Gracia, Jorge Castro Peralta

11. Teaching Education for Sustainable Development at University Level: A Case Study from the Philippines
Raquel M. Balanay, Anthony Halog

12. Integrating the Global Dimension in Engineering Education: Experiences from a Collaborative Project
Rhoda Trimingham, Boris Lazzarini, Agustí Pérez-Foguet, Neil Noble, Alejandra Boni, Manuel Sierra-Castañer, Francesco Mongera, Guido Zolezzi

13. Hopeful, Local, Visionary, Solutions-Oriented, Transformative, Place-Based Sustainability Stories and Service-Learning as Tools for University-Level Education for Sustainable Development: Experiences from University of Vermont
Thomas R. Hudspeth

14. Engaging Students with Environmental Sustainability at a Research Intensive University: Examples of Small Successes
Dianne P. Chambers, Clare Walker, Kathryn Williams, John Rayner, Claire Farrell, Anne-Maree Butt, Danielle Rostan-Herbert

15. Teaching Towards Sustainability Literacy in Art, Design and Fashion
Antony Johnston, Rebecca Leach, Heather Sproat

16. Understanding Our Urban Environment Better: Using Archival Research and Digital Photography in the Classroom
Julian C. Chambliss, Mike Gunter

17. Interdisciplinary Problem-Based Learning—A Student-Centered Pedagogy to Teach Social Sustainable Development in Higher Education
Mirjam Braßler

18. Teaching for Sustainability at University: Constructively Aligned Study Course Design
Eglė Katiliūtė

19. Development of the Green-Campus Programme in Ireland: Ensuring Continuity of Environmental Education and Action for Sustainable Development Throughout the Irish Education System
Yvonne Ryan-Fogarty, Deirdre O’Carroll, Michael John O’Mahony, Bernadette O’Regan

20. The Inclusion of Elements of Local Social and Environmental Sustainability in Logistics Education: A Case Study from Poland
Joost Platje, Krzysztof Łobos, Krzysztof Wilk

21. Scaling up the Woven Filigree: (un)Common Systemic Thinking to Embedding Sustainability into the Curriculum in a Large-Scale Higher Education Institution in the UK
Valeria Ruiz Vargas, Graeme Heyes

22. From Individuation to Autonomy: Enabling Fashion Design Students to See a Bigger Picture
Amanda Langdown, Eleanor Hannan

23. The Development and Evaluation of a Sustainable Tourism Module Addressed to Student Hotel Managers
Mark C. Mifsud

24.
Dies Oecologicus—How to Foster a Whole Institutional Change with a Student-Led Project as Tipping Point for Sustainable Development at Universities
Miriam Block, Mirjam Braßler, Vincent Orth, Martin Riecke, Juan Miguel Rodriguez Lopez, Grischa Perino, Wey-Han Tan, Moritz Lamparter

Keywords: Education, Teaching and Teacher Education, Educational Policy and Politics

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
World Sustainability Series
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319329284
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-32926-0

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