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Helping students develop sustainability
competences and dispositions, that will
prepare them for their futures
Ann Finlays...
A story from Plymouth……
•What do we tell students explicitly?
•What do we tell them implicitly?
•What do we leave out?
Edward Eisner: 3 curricula,...
So we need transformative education……
(not more of the same!)
With learning processes that contain:
• content ( knowledge,...
5SEEd Webinar
The Good news…..
Sustainability education transformative learning
processes:
• Socially critical thinking
• Outdoor/community learning
• Sy...
8SEEd Webinar
When did you ever change your mind about something ( Aha moment)?
Where were you?
Who were you with?
What triggered this?
...
Magnetic North
Problem fixed
Apply solution
Identify solution
Identify problem
10SEEd Webinar
True North Magnetic North
11SEEd Webinar
True North Magnetic north
learning
And mostly its about the questions you ask yourself and your
students – otherwise you g...
Thank you!
ann.finlayson@se-ed.org
- Sustainability curriculum design
- Monthly sustainability webinars
- Sustainable Scho...
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SEEd: Helping students develop sustainability competences and dispositions, that will prepare them for their futures

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The CREST Conference was delighted to welcome Ann Finlayson, the CEO of SEEd to give a presentation on how we can help students develop sustainability competences and dispositions, that will prepare them for their futures.

Find out more: http://se-ed.co.uk/edu/

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SEEd: Helping students develop sustainability competences and dispositions, that will prepare them for their futures

  1. 1. Helping students develop sustainability competences and dispositions, that will prepare them for their futures Ann Finlayson CEO, SEEd
  2. 2. A story from Plymouth……
  3. 3. •What do we tell students explicitly? •What do we tell them implicitly? •What do we leave out? Edward Eisner: 3 curricula, Stanford Uni
  4. 4. So we need transformative education…… (not more of the same!) With learning processes that contain: • content ( knowledge, skills etc) • incentive ( motivation, volition, resilience ) • interactions ( action, cooperation, collaboration, team working)
  5. 5. 5SEEd Webinar
  6. 6. The Good news…..
  7. 7. Sustainability education transformative learning processes: • Socially critical thinking • Outdoor/community learning • Systems thinking • Action Learning • Futures thinking • Participatory • Understanding change
  8. 8. 8SEEd Webinar
  9. 9. When did you ever change your mind about something ( Aha moment)? Where were you? Who were you with? What triggered this? What happened next?
  10. 10. Magnetic North Problem fixed Apply solution Identify solution Identify problem 10SEEd Webinar
  11. 11. True North Magnetic North 11SEEd Webinar
  12. 12. True North Magnetic north learning And mostly its about the questions you ask yourself and your students – otherwise you get unintended consequences! 12SEEd Webinar
  13. 13. Thank you! ann.finlayson@se-ed.org - Sustainability curriculum design - Monthly sustainability webinars - Sustainable Schools Alliance - National evidence gathering for sustainability in education - March 26th - National Sustainable schools conference – May 23rd http://se-ed.co.uk/

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