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Sustainability means more than making something last longer; it’s also about regeneration, prosperity and equality. In this webinar, Dr Sue Elliott examines what sustainability looks like within early childhood, and what educators can do to facilitate change within their early childhood services. Sue Elliot also explores how we can respect the rights of all children globally and support them to become active and empowered citizens creating sustainable futures.
In this webinar, you will:
- Be able to define sustainability and education for sustainability
- Become aware of the immediate steps that can be taken to make a global change towards living sustainably
- Gain an understanding of policies, theories and challenges that impact education for sustainability in practice
- Identify of strategies to implement education for sustainability in early childhood services and facilitate change.
This webinar runs for 60 minutes. Please allow this time to view this session as your progress through the webinar cannot be saved.
This webinar is available for individual purchase via the ‘purchase’ button. Following registration and payment, a link to view this webinar will be emailed to you.
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The Learning Hub is pleased to offer the on-demand webinar series to new and renewed Learning Hub Annual Subscriptions. This webinar is now available as a part of a Learning Hub Annual Subscription in the coming weeks.