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Empowering Students’ Leadership in ESD through Networking at Asia-Pacific Level

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Case Study presentation: Empowering Students’ Leadership in ESD through Networking at Asia-Pacific Level
Prof. Munirah Ghazali, RCE Penang
11th Global RCE Conference
7-9 December, 2018
Cebu, the Philippines

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Empowering Students’ Leadership in ESD through Networking at Asia-Pacific Level

  1. 1. Munirah Ghazali munirah_ghazali@yahoo.com; munirah@usm.my RCE Penang, Malaysia
  2. 2. Online Conference on Empowering Asia Pacific Students’ Leadership in ESD through Networking (in preparation for video competition) Malaysia 36% India 36% South Korea 21% Indonesia 7% PARTICIPANTS Link to YouTube for Online Conference: http://url.ie/139nu
  3. 3. Video Competition on Empowering Asia Pacific Students’ Leadership in ESD through Networking Malaysia Indonesia India PARTICIPANTS Example of video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te8NGMYW3MQ
  4. 4. Geographical & Education Information Region Asia Pacific Country Malaysia, India, Korea, Indonesia and Bangladesh Locations Penang, Malaysia; Goa, India, Tongyeong, Korea; Dhaka, Bangladesh Focal Point Universiti Sains Malaysia Funded by Penang State Government Malaysia: Program for the Encouragement of Science and Technology Level of Education Primary, Secondary, Teacher Education
  5. 5. Geographical & Education Information  Socioeconomic and environmental characteristics RCE Penang as one of the Asia Pacific RCEs has the platform to offer student in Penang to network with students in other countries specifically in Korea, Indonesia, Bangladesh and India  Description of sustainable development challenge(s) in the area the project addresses Empowering students to collaborate and share their ESD knowledge at global level and specifically in this proposal at the Asia Pacific level
  6. 6. Contents OBJECTIVES • To develop student leadership for building a sustainable society through education focus on the following themes which are Sustainable Consumption and Production, Biodiversity and Climate Change. • To promote international partnership as a mean of developing student leadership in ESD • To create leaders who are able to transform their knowledge for a sustainable society • To empower students to be the leaders in promoting ESD ACTIVITIES • Webinar workshop on ESD leadership and video editing focus on three themes: Sustainable Consumption and Production, Biodiversity and Climate Change • Showcase of video produced and competition and announcement of winners RESULTS More than 30 students from Penang, Yogjakarta and Goa took part in the webinar workshop. Students in Tongyeong reported that they will take part in the webinar (available as recorded youtube video). TARGET GROUPS Students age 13-17 years old RATIONALE Organized webinar educate students about ESD specifically on sustainable consumption and production, biodiversity and climate change
  7. 7. Lesson Learned  Not all schools in the participating RCEs could take part on the given date. For example, RCE Goa students’ celebrate teachers day on 5th September.  Therefore, the team has uploaded the recorded webinar sessions on YouTube and put the link on RCE Penang’s website. This gives students opportunities to view the webinar later at their own time.
  8. 8. Key messages  The program is a video- competition focusing on Education for Sustainable Development with three themes that are Sustainable Consumption and Production, Biodiversity and Climate Change.  This program provide a collaboration opportunities for students in Penang, Korea, Bangladesh, Indonesia and India to share and exchange ideas on sustainability related to the specific themes. It is hoped that this project could:  Empower students leadership in ESD at Asia Pasific Level.  Showcase examples of students initiative in SCP, BD and CC from Penang (Malaysia), Tongyeong (Korea), Yogyakarta, (Indonesia), Dhaka(Bangladesh), Delhi (India).  Foster students collaboration, networking at lAP level via current media
  9. 9. THANK YOU

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