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Education for sustainable development in Canadian faculties of education.
Abstract: Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) encourages learners to develop active citizenship and participation, embracing the complexity of the interdependence of ecological, social, and economic systems. ESD learning outcomes encompass the knowledge, skills, and values that enable learners to make decisions and choices that foster sustainable development and are necessary to become responsible citizens. University and college faculties of education have an essential role in the preparation of teachers to support ESD learning objectives at the Kindergarten to Grade 12 level. It is therefore important to learn more about faculty initiatives in support of ESD.
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Executive Summary

Purpose of the study


Key findings

Areas for further consideration

A. Introduction

B. Progress on ESD, Internationally and in Canada

C. Purpose of this Study of Canadian Faculties of Education

D. Contextual Background on Sustainability Education in Universities and Colleges

E. Methodology of the Study

F. Profile of Respondents for the Survey and Interview Process

G. A Note on Terminology Issues

H. Survey and Interview Results

I. Key Findings

J. Areas for further consideration

Appendix 1: On-Line Survey

Appendix 2: Invitation to Contribute to a Review of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Canadian faculties of Education

Appendix 3: Institutions Invited to Participate in the Survey and Those Who Responded

Appendix 4: Follow-Up Interview Questions

Appendix 5: Sample Highlights of Promising Practices and Successes

Appendix 6: UNESCO Guidelines and Recommendations for Reorienting Teacher Education to Address Sustainability

Appendix 7: Teacher Certification Information by Provinces and Territories 1

Appendix 8: Quality Assurance Processes at Canadian Universities and Colleges
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