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ESD Focus Group Learning Circle

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Case Study presentation: ESD Focus Group Learning Circle
Mr. Usman Muhammad, RCE Kano
11th Global RCE Conference
7-9 December, 2018
Cebu, the Philippines

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ESD Focus Group Learning Circle

  1. 1. RCE Kano Usman MUHAMMAD Focus Group Learning Circle (ESD-FGLC) At the University of Philippines, Cebu during The 11th Global RCE Conference 7th December, 2018
  2. 2. Outline Sahara Desert and Nigeria Our Approach to Reorienting Learning Focus Group Learning Circle (ESD-FGLC) The Focus Groups Who is Reached Achievements so far Conclusion
  3. 3. Sahara Desert and Nigeria
  4. 4. Our Approach to Reorienting Learning
  5. 5. Focus Group Learning Circle (ESD-FGLC)  We adopted purposeful sampling technique to select 50-100 individuals from each village in our project locations.  To inculcate the values of sustainability paradigm in the communities, we designed ESD curriculum using interactive (style) of questionnaires.  To reflects teaching and value reorientation as well as sensitization and capacity building FGLC also use Constructive Interviews.
  6. 6. The Focus Groups Participants are divided in to two focus groups, namely: Climate Mitigation Group and Climate Adaptation Group.
  7. 7. The Focus Groups Cont.. Traditional rulers play an important role in reversing the menace of desertification using ESD knowledge by shifting thinking and minds.
  8. 8. Each Community Comprises 50- 100 people Each Community Comprises 50- 100 people Direct Participants around 1,000Direct Participants around 1,000 10 Direct Communities10 Direct Communities Indirect 3,000Indirect 3,000 Who is Reached
  9. 9. FGLC shows that reorienting learning system has played a huge role in ameliorating the village conditions in terms of environmental degradations It has imparted ESD skills and expertise on critical thinking among locales It has enhanced collaborative actions and partnership on sustainable development initiatives It helps participants by integrating new methods of learning for both the adults and youth. Achievements so far
  10. 10.  Using SDGs and ESD concept in rural communities through informal and non formal education enhances both - Critical thinking, - It helps improve their immediate environment, - Encouraged sustainability paradigm. Conclusion
  11. 11. Thank you for Listening usmanmareri@gmail.com @uuthmann Usman Muhammad Founder, CREACC RCE Kano Coordinator

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