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Sustainable development and learning : framing the issues.
London [u.a.]

Lifelong learning is a key component of innovation and interest in sustainable development by the UN, national governments, and NGOs. Through good schooling, higher education, professional training and development, and awareness-raising, people can be helped to understand emerging issues about the need for change, as well as to engage in the debate and critique of the issues.

In this new primer, Sustainable Development and Learning, and its accompanying book of readings, the authors explore the role of lifelong learning in sustainable development. Together the books set out the key issues, and raise important concepts for discussion, reflection, and ongoing considerations by readers. They can be used individually, and also share a common structure so that they can be used in tandem.
This primer is a contextualising text and provides a comprehensive overview of the developing key issues in this fascinating field of study.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Framing the Issues: Complexity, Uncertainty, Risk and Necessity
The Policy Context
Language and Meaning
Learning and Sustainable Development: Making the Linkages
Humans and Nature: Tensions and Interdependence
Theory and Practice: Ideology and Practice
Management of Learning: Issues in Curriculum Design
Curriculum and Pedagogy
Measuring Learning: Aspects of Assessment
Measuring Effectiveness: Monitoring and Evaluation
Building Capacity, Developing Agency: Evolving a Theory of Change
Economic Behaviour: Value and Values
Globalisation and Fragmentation: Science and Self
What Happens Next?