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ESD LT- Creating Future Leaders

The topic of this week’s leadership training on Education for Sustainable Development places more emphasis on leadership which is an important aspect for the group to deal with as they are to become leaders in the ESD field. The Facilitators for this week are brand new to the training as the group welcomed Michael Zillich […]
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ESD LT- Networking and Making Music

The final day of week 7 was a shorter day than usual for the participants, many of whom had planned a trip to Prague for the weekend. Despite the shortness of the session, the time was used efficiently and effectively in order for the groups to finish of the weeks lessons.

ESD LT- Learning Places and Learning materials

In continuation with the previous lessons this week the group worked on a couple of tasks previously set for them. This involved the group working on their example of an informal learning place in relation to ESD and searching for learning material online. As well as these tasks the group started preparing for week 9 […]
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ESD LT- Participants Learn how to Blog

Today the participants dealt with the issue of competencies and conditions for ESD. They then got experience writing blog entries which will be available to read on this Blog and therefore could possibly show up my writing skills.

ESD LT- Competencies and the Social Dimension

As yesterdays blog mentioned, Today’s (Tuesday) training was to be chaired once more by Hannes Siege. He gave his final presentation of this week which again was on the topic of competencies for ESD and when he finished he set a task for the participants in order for them to engage with what had been […]
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ESD LT- New topic and New costumes

Today the participants were in the mood to celebrate Halloween and did so in style with over half of the group dressing up in costumes related to Climate Change. This certainly took the rest by surprise (not to mention the German language teacher) as they walked in through the door in their costumes which were […]
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