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Education for Sustainability Learning Pod

Education for Sustainability Learning Pod

By Education for Sustainability MSc
The podcast comes from the Education for Sustainability (EfS) Master’s degree at LSBU. We have developed this learning space to share and discuss key concepts that are central to the course. We are exploring alternative learning platforms whereby the EfS teaching team, students and alumni share their experiences and knowledge of EfS and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) theory and practice.
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Dr Glenn Strachan talks to Dr Rolf Jucker

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Dr Beverley Goring talks about Equality
In this episode Dr Beverley Goring talks about the many representations of equality, which is a central concept in EfS.
06:56
March 8, 2021
The role of education in responding to climate change
Dr Glenn Strachan provides a brief overview of the IPPC report (www.ipcc.ch) and highlights the role of Education in mitigating and adapting to climate change. This episode relates to Module 3 Learning and Climate Change: the sustainability revolution.
09:39
December 17, 2020
Dr Glenn Strachan talks to Dr Rolf Jucker
Dr Rolf Jucker, an alumnus of the Education for Sustainability Masters course, is interviewed about his latest book by Dr Glenn Strachan. The book called ‘Can We Cope with the Complexity of Reality’ analyses the reasons behind some of the crises facing humanity and why people find it difficult to confront these crises and change their behaviours. The discussion covers Dr Jucker’s learning journey in relation to writing the book, as well as key themes such the challenge of achieving a trans-disciplinary perspective on reality, the importance of an evidence-based approach to knowledge and education, the need to reinvent democracy and a critical look at education for sustainable development. Dr Jucker emphasises in particular the need to acknowledge the limits to human perception and cognition and discusses how this impacts on finding sound solutions to complex sustainability problems.
21:27
December 10, 2020
What do we mean by Values and Participation in the context of EfS?
Dr Beverley Goring introduces two key concepts in Module 2 of the EfS MSc
10:10
November 24, 2020