Teaching and Learning Strategies for Sustainable Development Vol: 19

Enakshi Sengupta
The American University of Kurdistan, Iraq

Patrick Blessinger
St. Johns University and Higher Education Training and Learning Association, USA

Taisir Subhi Yamin
The International Centre for Innovation in Education, Germany


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781789736403
Published:
27 May 2020
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
272 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning

Categories:

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals challenges us all to promote sustainable development. Higher education is a key arena for educating students in sustainability and sustainable developments, and for producing research on these key issues.. This timely book explores the sustainable development goals, how well universities have been able to integrate them into their curriculum, and how universities can institutionalize the goals and sustainable development into their strategic plans and institutional culture. Authors from Nigeria, sub Saharan Africa, Italy and the Middle East explore how to achieve these targets in the face of shifting expectations.

Chapter 1.  Introduction to Teaching and Learning Strategies for Sustainable Development,  Enakshi Sengupta, Patrick Blessinger And Taisir Subhi Yamin 
Chapter 2. Integrating Sustainability into The University: Academies for Learning,   Audrey M. Dentith And Nancy V. Winfrey 
Chapter 3. An Interdisciplinary Problem Based Approach to Education for Sustainable Development, Bland Tomkinson And Rosemary Tomkinson 
Chapter 4. Using the Sdgs To Promote Change and Nurture Connectivity in An Undergraduate Design Module, Jackie Malcolm And Keith R. Skene 
Chapter 5. Leading Assessment Practices to Foster Sustainability Learning in Engineering Classrooms, Margaret Jollands 
Chapter 6. Can the Anthropocene Provide A Tool for Meaningful Teaching of Sustainability in Higher Education? Patrick Baughan 
Chapter 7. Deliberative Dialogue and Syllabus Deliberation as Innovative, Cross -Disciplinary, Sustainable Teaching Methods,  Sharyn Lowenstein 
Chapter 8. Integrating Sustainable Development into The Whole Institution: Can the Sdgs Bridge the Gap? Stefanie Mallow and Hilligje Van’t Land
Chapter 9. Integrating Sustainable Development into The Postgraduate Curriculum in the UK: A Mixed Method Study, Gavin Melles
Chapter 10. The Teaching Sustainability Mini-Plot: A Faculty Learning Community Building Curriculum for Students’ Sustainability Thinking, Jenny S. Wakefield And Christopher Grice 
Chapter 11. Study Circle as An Innovative Tool for Promoting Lifelong Learning and Community Empowerment,  Gwadabe Kurawa 
Chapter 12. Student Perceptions of The Engineer’s Vs. Teacher’s Roles and Responsibilities in Contributing to Sustainable Development,  Karin Edvardsson Björnberg, Inga-Britt Skogh And Lena Gumaelius 
Chapter 13. Whakawhitinga Korero: Dialogues on Sustainability, Tonya Sweet, Andrea Milligan And Meegan Hall
Chapter 14. Campus as a Living Lab: Creating A Culture of Research and Learning in Sustainable Development,  Angelique Pilon, John Madden, James Tansey, And John Metras 
 
Enakshi Sengupta is Associate Director of International Higher Education Teaching and Learning (IHETL) and Managing Editor of the Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education 

Patrick Blessinger is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Education at St. John's University and chief research scientist of the International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association 

Taisir Subhi Yamin is a Professor of Gifted Education. He founded, with Ken McCluskey, the International Journal for Talent Development and Creativity (IJTDC).

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