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Hauptsachtitel:
Making sustainability 'real': using group-enquiry to promote education for sustainable development.
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Zeitschrift/Zeitung:
Environmental Education Research
Z-Jahrgang:
14
Z-Heftnummer/-bez.:
4
Themenschwerpunkt:
Special Issue: Education for Sustainable Development in Higher Education.
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Seite (von-bis):
482-500
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Abstract:
Sustainable development is now widely held as a transcendental ideal of town and country planning, yet the way in which it is taught in planning schools remains problematic. This arises from a range of factors, including the all-persuasive nature of sustainability and the lack of solid examples of success through implementation. The issue of how best to promote learning for sustainable development in planning has arguably intensified in the last two years in the case of the Royal Town Planning Institute-sponsored 'fast track' one-year Masters, which has reduced the opportunities for students to engage in wider (and perhaps even deeper) concepts, including that of sustainable development. This paper explores this through discussion of a specific project developed at Queen's University Belfast, facilitated by a grant from the UK Higher Education Academy. Working with a local community, this entailed a group of students working on their Masters thesis collectively addressing issues of sustainable regeneration in a small Irish market town. The design of the project draws heavily on the concepts of enquiry based learning, experiential learning and action competence, which are seen as being central to improving education for sustainable development (ESD). The paper explores the benefits of such an approach and discusses the ways in which this experience can help enhance student's experience of ESD.
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DOI:
10.1080/13504620802308287
Datum des Zugriffs:
02.07.2014