The Impacts of Education for Sustainable Development and Experiential Education Abroad – Nov 20
Posted by NAFSA on November 17, 2020
At this year’s annual NAFSA Research Symposium: Leonie Paul, Master’s graduate in Sustainable Destination Development from Uppsala University in Sweden, presents her research focused on the complex interdisciplinary, and personal nature of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and how it questions the status quo of traditional pedagogical approaches and learning techniques.
Using Philadelphia-based The GREEN Program (TGP as a case study, specialized in ESD, Paul’s research investigates the relevance of experiential studies in a foreign setting and the short and long-term impacts and potential for experiential education for sustainable development.
This workshop is taking place November 20, 11:00-11:45 AM.
RSVP for NAFSA’s Research Symposium to discover into her findings – https://lnkd.in/egA-u3t
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