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Development of Knowledge Brokering Module for Empowering Higher Education Leadership in ESD

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Development of Knowledge Brokering Module for Empowering Higher Education Leadership in ESD
Prof. Munirah Ghazali, RCE Penang
Asia-Pacific Regional RCE Meeting 2018
25-27 September, 2018, Parramatta (Sydney), Australia

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Development of Knowledge Brokering Module for Empowering Higher Education Leadership in ESD

  1. 1. Development Of Knowledge Brokering Module For Empowering Higher Education Leadership In ESD
  2. 2. Scope • As an active agent of social change, educational practitioners including policymakers, researchers, lecturers and students at the HEIs level should develop proper understanding to implement ESD practices in education both now and in the future. • educational practitioner need or require training, knowledge and approaches in the form of best practices to further enhance their ESD understanding and internalization. 2 10/4/2018
  3. 3. Context • To report on an initiative to develop a comprehensive module which is oriented as Knowledge Brokering Module (KBM) to infuse ESD in higher education. • This module will guide lecturers in higher education to systematically infuse ESD in their existing curriculum, research and community engagement. 3 10/4/2018
  4. 4. Methodology and Analysis: • the knowledge brokering module is still in the developmental stage which involves a series of workshop focused to generate contents for the KBM, the methodology will involve tools and technology as well as case studies and ESD problem solving implementation as well as design products. • Application of World Café during KBMWorkshop • World Café is a structured conversational process intended to facilitate open and intimate discussion, and link ideas within a larger group to access the "collective intelligence" in the room 4 10/4/2018 Café 1: How to educate Higher Education Community on ESD Café 2: How we as SD leader bring the challenge in order to have effective practice at community level? Café 3: How you understand the HE policy ?
  5. 5. Outcome 5 10/4/2018 LO1 - Acquire awareness about SD, ESD, SDG LO2- Trigger interest, towards SD, ESD,SDG LO3- Adopt and apply examples and guidelines based on best practices LO4- To nurture holistic worldview of SD, ESD, SDG LO5- Identify, recognize and translate self, professional and social responsibilities towards SD, ESD, SDG LO6- Engender insightful intentions and attitude towards SD, ESD,SD 1. Introduction 2. Sustainability and Higher Education 3. SD, ESD and SDG 2030 4. Pedagogical Principle (Design thinking, system thinking ..) 5. Framework for Implementation 6. Researchers
  6. 6. 6 10/4/2018 Outcome: Module Outline 01 02 03 04 05 Trainer Framework for Implementation:  CARE plus Spiritual perspectives  Values and Ethics  UNESCO Dynamic model for ESD  Competencies in Teacher Education  University as a living lab  Soleh wa Musleh in ESD (Infuse and Diffuse) Practitioners Skills: Reflective Inquiry, Co engage, Co Learn 5 C Individual level Understanding, KAPV -> Material practice -Theory -ESD, SDG -Knowledge of , pedagogy -Attitude -Practices -Values Professional Development in HEI Checklist for Material Practices Researchers  Skills how do plan, design and conduct research activities on ESD  Case Studies:  Case Studies 1: Whole institution approach – USM APEX Experience Case Studies 2: WUS – Infuse ESD in University Curriculum  Case Studies 3: Program based – Student activities  Case Studies 4: Media Massa  Case Study 5: Element of Sustainability in Research
  7. 7. Recommendation • This module will be piloted to higher education faculty members in October 2018 • The refined module will be tried out to faculty members in HE in collaboration with AKEPT – Malaysia Academy for Leadership in Higher Education. 7 10/4/2018 Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development Penang (RCE Penang), Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) Professor Dr Munirah Ghazali, AP Dr Mohammad Zohir Ahmad@Shaari, AP Dr Aswati Hamzah, Dr NooraidaYakob, Dr Asyirah Abdul Rahim, Dr Nurul Salmi Abdul Latip, Dr Aidiahmad Dewa, Dr Noorhaida Mohd Kaus, Dr Nik Norma Nik Hasan, En Mazlan Hanafi Basharudin , Nur Syazwana Hamzah, Wan Sharipahmira Mohd Zain, Kamsiah Kamaruddin United Nations University Dr Zinaida Fadeeva School of Educational Studies, USM, Professor Dr. Hairul Nizam Ismail School of Humanities, USM, Professor Dr.Narimah Samat Thank you The ResearchTeam

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