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Education for Sustainable Development Toolkit Version 2.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Author′s Note
I. Introduction
Sustainable Development
Principles of Sustainable Development
History of Education for Sustainable Development
Education: Promise and Paradox
Thresholds of Education and Sustainability
Decision making
Quality of Life

II. What is ESD?
Improving Basic Education - The First Priority
Reorienting Existing Education - The Second Priority
Public Understanding and Awareness - The Third Priority
Training - The Fourth Priority
Formal, Nonformal, and Informal Education

III. Reorienting Education

IV. Process for Localizing the Global Initiative
Strengths Model
ESD, an Evolving Concept

V. Challenges and Barriers to ESD
Issue 1 - Increasing Awareness: ESD is Essential
Issue 2 - Structuring and Placing ESD in the Curriculum
Issue 3 - Linking to Existing Issues: Educational Reform and Economic Viability
Issue 4 - Facing the Complexity of Sustainable Development Concept
Issue 5 - Developing an ESD Program with Community Participation
Issue 6 - Engaging Traditional Disciplines in a Transdisciplinary Framework
Issue 7 - Sharing the Responsibility
Issue 8 - Building Human Capacity
Issue 9 - Developing Financial and Material Resources
Issue 10 - Developing Policy
Issue 11 - Developing a Creative, Innovative, and Risk-Taking Climate
Issue 12 - Promoting Sustainability in Popular Culture
Summary Remark about the 12 Issues

VI. Dovetailing ESD with Community Sustainability Goals

VII. Case Study: Toronto Board of Education Curriculum Revision and Reorientation

VIII. Reorienting Education Involves Managing Change
Programs, Policies, and Practices
Management during Change
Other Considerations in Managing Change
Mission and Vision
Readiness and Capability of Change
Analyzing the Nature of Change Required for Reorienting Education
Analyzing and Planning Commitment
Creating, Implementing, and Monitoring Plans
Summary Remarks on Managing Change

IX. Public Participation

X. Concluding Remarks

XI. Exercises to Introduce the Concept of Sustainable Development
1. Drain or Sustain?
2. Drain or Sustain II
3. S.E.E. the Links!

XII. Exercises to Create Community Sustainability Goals
1. Meeting your Neighbors
2. Building Consensus
3. Seeing your Community through a Sustainability Lens
4. Envisioning a Sustainable Future
5. Creating Community Sustainability Goals: Deciding What is Important

XIII. Exercises to Reorient Education to Address Sustainability
1. Basic Components of ESD
2. Project Y
3. Unity is Strength
4. Weeding the Curriculum
5. Making your Ideas Fly!
6. Stoplight
7. Issues-Based Education for Sustainability
8. Community Forum

XIV. Exercises on Managing Change
1. Examining Assumptions
2. Steering around the Barriers
3. Inventory of Support and Resistance
4. Commitment Charting
5. Creating an Action Plan
6. Identifying Communication Strategies
7. Recognizing Values in Action

XV. References

XVI. World Wide Web Resources
I. Information on Sustainability
II. Education for Sustainable Development
III. Historical United Nations Documents
IV. Community Action: Sites for Creating Local Sustainability Plans
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