Our latest open access educational resource has now been published in collaboration with the Centre for for Collaborative Learning for Sustainable Development (CCL)’s Active Learning Methodology Series.
This toolkit is based on our three-year research within ReZeitKon where we investigated how the concept of time as a resource for sustainability may be operationalized and introduced for ESE within secondary school settings. The toolkit introduces our approach to time as a resource for sustainability. It also presents a series of ten activities aiming at fostering learners to experience time as well as two learning approaches to support changing existing time structures within, for instance, education institutions.
We invite all interested educators to use, adapt and experiment with single or all of the activities, and would be happy to hearing about any kinds of experience or suggestions arising from application within various pedagogical settings.