Putting societal impact and transformative experiences at the heart of our teaching: Introducing the new QAA guidance on Education for Sustainable Development for Universities
Friday 23rd April, 11am to 12.30pm Microsoft Teams.
Session Recording (1hr): CLICK HERE TO VIEW.
This interactive DMU session was aimed particularly at module and programme leaders, subject group leaders and heads of school and introduces key ideas on how to implement Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), based upon new UK-wide guidance just launched by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) and Advance HE.
The event was chaired by Simon Bradbury, Dean of Arts Design and Humanities and features a guest talk by Dr Paul Warwick (University of Plymouth) who was part of a working group that developed the guidance.
The session included an introduction to the key points of the guidance, case studies of ESD practice at DMU and the support available to adopt ESD at DMU (1st hour) and three breakout discussions on how to best implement the guidance, focussing on either DMU’s strategic priorities; enhancing academic quality processes to support uptake; or developing future-oriented graduate competencies.
The event was being organised by DMU’s Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Project working with the Academic Quality team. To learn more about ESD at DMU, visit https://esdg.our.dmu.ac.uk
The guidance is available online here: https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/knowledge-hub/education-sustainable-development-guidance