The annual TEESNet conference takes place in Liverpool on September 14th.
In addition to Stephen Twigg MP, Chair of the International Development select committee, and Irmeli Halinen, previously Head of Curriculum Development at the Finnish National Agency of Education, there are wide range of other topics to discuss. These include:
- Applying an SDG Lens to Youth Led Active Citizenship
- Making the SDGs Real in Scotland Through Connecting Classrooms
- The Role of Place-based Education as a Powerful Approach to Learning – experience from the University of Idaho
- Possible and Practical Ways to Ensure that the SDGs are Embedded in the School Curriculum and Seen as Relevant
- Developing Active Citizenship Skills in a Multi-Religious Context in Lebanon
- Challenging Education Goals and Addressing ‘Quality’ in a Tanzanian Context
- An Initial Teacher Education Initiative for the Promotion of Global Citizenship and the Support of Learners with English as an Additional Language
- Teaching Global Citizenship Education to the Teachers. GCE Educational Polices in Italy and UK.
- Education for Sustainability within Early Childhood Studies; Higher Education as a Site for Collaboration and Inquiry.
- Enabling Sustainability Through Quality Teaching and Learning in Zanzibar
- Putting Educators at the Heart of ‘Quality’ in Early Childhood Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)
- A Rounder Sense of Purpose: developing an accredited framework of competencies
- The Role of Textbook Authors and Educational Media in Supporting Practitioners in Achieving SDG Target 4.7 Through Embedding ESD into Core Subject Texts.
- Restorative Practice: Modelling Key Skills of Peace and Global Citizenship
- Localising the SDGs in ITE at the University of Worcester
- Local and Global Challenges in a Nordic Context – working with teacher students in the SPICA network