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A Theoretical Study on Education for Sustainable Development
BIMS International Journal of Social Science Research
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Sustainable Development is a term emerged out of many definitions, theories and models. It involves many components such as society, legislation, political system, economics, ecology, education, culture, geography, demography, etc. Over the years, ″Sustainable Development″ (SD) has been an essential element for intellectuals for discussions and planning. It has considered as a new paradigm of development by all the sectors of economy. Government has given it a key importance in its strategies. A wide range of literature reviews define the concept of SD, yet there is a lack of consistency in its interpretation. Governments pursuing SD face the challenge of taking opportunities and economic growth hand in hand. Among the key components of SD mentioned above ″Education″ has a powerful impact upon the changes expected on a global context for any government. Hence, education is considered essential for sustainable development. People need to learn the ways to nurture sustainability because the current education system has its own lacunae in preparing the better citizens to face economic, social, environmental and global issues. Education is crucial to build a strong knowledge base to solve these problems. In the efforts to promote rethinking on educational programmes (methods), this paper focuses on discussing some of the pedagogical techniques that helps in implementing participatory learning systems and develop higher-order thinking skills, which in turn results in contributing for Sustainable Development.
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