SveaSus: Sustainable World Heritage learning through a phenomenon-based approach

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Sustainable World Heritage Learning through a Phenomenon-based Approach
(SveaSus) is a project that has been running in the Suomenlinna World
Heritage site since 2017. The project team includes experienced committed
lecturers, researchers and students at the Faculty of Educational Sciences at
the University of Helsinki. They collaborate with World Heritage experts,
artists, schools and other organisations. The aim of the project is to
strengthen student teachers', in-service-teachers', educational
administrators’, and teacher educators’ understanding of sustainability
issues and encourage joint actions towards a more sustainable future. With
sustainability as the focus, phenomenon-based learning as a method and
World Heritage as both goal and environment, SveaSus is a unique teaching
and learning experiment that relates to many of the Agenda 2030 goals.
Originalspråkengelska
Sidor90-92
Antal sidor3
StatusPublicerad - apr. 2022
MoE-publikationstypEj behörig
EvenemangPHOENIX COST ACTION CA19123 - PROTECTION, RESILIENCE, REHABILITATION OF DAMAGED ENVIRONMENT - Rome, Italien
Varaktighet: 19 jan. 202222 jan. 2022

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!!OtherPHOENIX COST ACTION CA19123 - PROTECTION, RESILIENCE, REHABILITATION OF DAMAGED ENVIRONMENT
Land/TerritoriumItalien
OrtRome
Period19/01/202222/01/2022

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  • 516 Pedagogik

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