Greenopolis is a new learning platform developed by teachers, researchers, schools. The digital educational platform features activities and exercises on urban development, climate challenges, and nature-based solutions. This would be a great resource to reinforce real world learning outdoors.
Join the LfSS event online for 'Transformational Change through Learning' to discover more about LfSS activity over the past year and plans for 2023. We'll have the chance to share and network with one another, as well as hear from some fantastic organisations who are weaving Learning for Sustainability across [...]
What are the most important priorities for a future education system? Join Learning for Sustainability Scotland and Professor Alma Harris, co-facilitator of the National Discussion, for this opportunity to hear more about, discuss and feed into one of the most important discussions on the direction of Scottish education in recent [...]
Check out the following opportunities: 5-week MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). Starts 03 October 2022 Join a personal and professional global learning journey towards a sustainable future. This course supports you to reflect, investigate, discuss and develop an informed response to the global challenges that matter to you. Find out more [...]
Take part in this opportunity to put LfS and climate change at the heart of qualifications and assessment. Links to the public consultation can be found below: Professor Hayward's Independent Review of Qualifications and Assessment - gov.scot (www.gov.scot) Professor Hayward's Independent Review of Qualifications and Assessment - public consultation - [...]
Take a look at this lovely interactive ThingLink visual and poem ‘flying among the trees’. It captures creative and powerful thoughts from the Children’s Parliament exploration of Learning for Sustainability with children and young people. One of the themed global icons helps us to ‘explore outdoor learning’ from perspective of [...]
Check out this project report and creative outputs. These share the fantastic work that the Children’s Parliament has been conducting on behalf of Scottish Government to gather views from children, young people and their educators on Learning for Sustainability. There is a children’s report and adult practitioners report.