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5th UNESCO Forum on Transformative Education for Sustainable Development, Global Citizenship, Health and Well-Being: Recommendations for Action Towards Transformative Education
出版地 | 出版年份 | 页数: 
Paris | 2022 | 8 p.
联合作者: 
UNESCO
地区: 
全球范围
© UNESCO 2022

In light of contemporary and emerging challenges such as climate change, violent and hateful ideologies, conflicts and risks of global pandemics, education must teach young people the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to live cooperatively, be flexible, think critically, respect diversity, care for the environment, and be actively involved in finding solutions, both locally and globally.

 

Transformative education – as enshrined in Target 4.7 of Sustainable Development Goal 4 – is critical in supporting individuals to develop these competencies. Transformative education involves teaching and learning that motivates and empowers learners to make informed decisions and actions at the individual, community and global levels. With a focus on sustainability, global citizenship, health and well-being for all, transformative education implies ensuring that curriculum, pedagogy, learning materials, schools and learning environments are meaningful for the social, political, economic, cultural and environmental contexts.

 

To better understand concrete progress in transformative education, UNESCO and the Asia Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding (APCEIU) co-organized the 5th UNESCO Forum on Transformative Education for Sustainable Development, Global Citizenship, Health and Well-being (29 November – 1 December 2021).


The conference enabled a productive dialogue among a diverse range of actors from the fields of education for sustainable development (ESD), global citizenship education (GCED), education for health and wellbeing under the broader “banner” of transformative education.

 

资源类型: 
会议报告及会议记录
主题: 
公民身份/民主意识
国际间相互理解/全球化/国际教育/相互依赖
可持续发展/可持续性/环境
其他
教育水平 : 
小学
初中
终身学习
职业教育培训
非正规教育

关键词

Global citizenship education; Education for sustainable development; International education; Health; GCED; ESD