Wednesday 22nd November, 12pm to 1pm, Queens 0.07 or MS Teams.
This interactive hybrid workshop is aimed at DMU Course Reps and any other students with an interest in evaluation and feeding back on how their taught course addresses sustainability, or in other words, how it equips you to understand the challenges in society that are relevant for your discipline and to be equipped to make a positive difference.
What we will cover will include:
- What does it look like for a course to address Sustainable Development issues?
- Reflection on if and how your programme does this?
- Processes for you and peers to evaluate how sustainable development features in your course and to be supported to feedback to enhance your taught course.
The session will also signpost other ways you can get involved in promoting sustainabilty at DMU, such as through the Seed Grants funding scheme, Sustainability Advocates programme and more.
Sign up to attend here: https://forms.office.com/e/Z3QZyKPPjC
CLICK HERE to join via MS Teams (just before 12pm on 22nd November) if you prefer to join online.
If you can’t make it, but want to learn more, email Ella Kettle on firstname.lastname@example.org