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Designing Sustainability Learning.
International Benchmarking and Case Study Analysis.
This work proposes learning processes for sustainability in higher education contexts. It is grounded in: (a) literature review, which involves concepts of cognitive and developmental psychology, general systems theory, levels of cognitive complexity, organizational knowledge creation, design thinking, experiential learning, along with environmental education and education for sustainable development of United Nations; (b) observation and benchmarking in international universities of Europe and North America in the period of 2010-2014; (c) participation in international project that involved Federal University of Parana (UFPR, Brazil), CAPES (Research Agency of Minister of Education, Brazil), Industry Federation of Parana State (FIEP-PR, Brazil), and Weatherhead School of Management of Case Western Reserve University (CWRU, USA), in the period of 2010-2014; and (d) case study performed with undergraduate students of business administration during a semester of 2013. Results demonstrated that: (i) the proposal of sustainability learning processes suggests an extension of the principles of environmental education that satisfies an education for sustainable development of United Nations; (ii) international faculties and universities are changing their curricula and teaching methodologies, and they are implementing new practices and operations in their campuses as means to provide their professors, students and communities with the background for learning and action in the context of sustainable development; (iii) changes in curricula and learning processes depend primarily on professors and deans′ choices, along with top education regulatory institutions and agencies; and (iv) students are most interested to participate in an education for sustainable development specially when the new proposal is transversally and systemically disseminated across all disciplinary boundaries to create a holistic approach.
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