Taking ESD from a Pocket of Good Practice to a Whole-Institution Strategy

Tags: Student Engagement | ESD | EAUCConf16

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This workshop presentation is from the “Learning and Legacy: The Role of Education in Creating Healthier and Happier Cities” EAUC Annual Conference 2016, presented by Quinn Runkle, Senior Project Officer: Communities and Curriculum - NUS; Grace Philip, Education for Sustainability Co-ordinator - Anglia Ruskin University; Jessica Willats, ESD Officer - Nottingham Trent University; Valeria Vargas, Education for Sustainable Development Co-ordinator - Manchester Metropolitan University and Maria Xypaki, Curriculum Development Assistant, Sustainability Hub - Kingston University and falls under the Learning, Teaching and Research stream. To find more presentations and resources from this Conference, search for EAUCConf16.

Students’ learning environments are formed through both the formal and informal curriculum as well as the ideas and practices demonstrated to them across their campus and within their community. We know that many institutions see ESD occurring in small pockets within this area. However, fostering a whole-institution approach to ESD is significantly more challenging.

This session shared engaging case studies from four universities whose work embedding ESD has been effective across all parts of their institution. Delegates left with a strong understanding of specific strategies and interventions which they can use within their own institutions.