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Crossing boundaries.
Innovative learning for sustainable development in higher education.
Frankfurt a. M.
Education is the keystone to the vision of worldwide sustainable development.

Higher education plays a particular role in the context of sustainable development: it has a major influence on the way in which future generations in positions of responsibility will deal with the complex demands they will face as a result of globalisation and world trade, problems with poverty and the environment and development.

This book focuses on competence-based learning for sustainable development in higher education and the design of appropriate learning environments. To contribute effectively to sustainable development, university graduates should have the competence to communicate and collaborate across the traditional boundaries of e.g. discipline, nation, or culture. Important ingredients of competence-based learning environments for sustainable development are therefore cross-boundary contexts and group work. Electronic learning environments (ELEs), employing modern information and communication technology, are well-suited as they allow time and place independent communication and collaboration between internationally distributed teams of students at low cost. This book brings together more than a decade of experience in the development and use of such learning environments. These are described in an open and concrete manner, to be of practical use to a wide audience of practitioners in higher education for sustainability.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Joop de Kraker, Angelique Lansu and Rietje van Dam-Mieras

Rietje van Dam-Mieras
1. Learning for sustainable development in a globalising world

Pim Martens
2. Sustainability: science orfiction?

Pieter Glasbergen
3. Sustainable development, policy and reflexive learning -
The new ränge of competence for environmental policy scientists

Lucas Reijnders
4. Sustainability, technological Innovation and learning

Joop de Kraker, Angelique Lansu and Rietje van Dam-Mieras
5. Competences and competence-based learning for
sustainable development

Joop de Kraker and Ruud Hoefakker
6. A foretaste of sustainability - Learning for sustainable
development in an introductory environmental sciences course

Ron Cörvers, JefLeinders and Rietje van Dam-Mieras
7. Virtual seminars - or how to foster an international,
multidisciplinary dialogue on sustainable development

Wilfried Ivens, Joop de Kraker, Marlies Bitter and Angelique Lansu
8. Collaborative learning in an authentic context:
a Virtual consultancy

Marco Rieckmann, Gerd Michelsen, Angelique Lansu and
Rietje van Dam-Mieras
9. Learning from the richness of diversity -
Development of an interdisciplinary, intercultural
Master's programme on sustainability

Jos Rikersjos Hermans, Pim Martens and Rietje van Dam-Mieras
10. Setting-up a Regional Centre of Expertise in the context of
the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development

Kasper Boon and Rietje van Dam-Mieras
11. Using TransWrite technology to fester intercultural
communication among primary school children in the
context of education for sustainable development

Nifco Roorda and Francisca Perez Salgado
12. Quality management of higher education for
sustainable development: principles and assessment

Rietje van Dam-Mieras, Joop de Kraker and Angelique Lansu
13. Learning for sustainable development: an innovative approach

Gerd Michelsen and Peter Blaze Corcoran

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