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Level 1 & 2 Workshops @ UWCSEA, 24-27 September 2016

Compass Education Level 1: Thinking, Learning & Acting for a Flourishing & Sustainable World

Trainer: Kath Lane & Kate Doré

Who should attend: Teachers and program leaders who want to integrate sustainability education and systems thinking into their teaching practice. It would also be of value to curriculum leaders and principals interested in understanding what the practical application of sustainability education looks like.

When: 24-25 September 2016

WhereUWCSEA Dover Campus, Singapore

Early bird workshop fee until 25 August: US$299 / S$399*

Workshop fee from 26 August: US$339 / S$449*

Enduring understanding as a result of attending this workshop:

Systems thinking enables educators to help their students develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions necessary to participate in a complex and interdependent world.

  • Understand the nexus of sustainability and education
  • Be able to use systems thinking tools with students
  • Be able to integrate systems thinking into unit and lesson planning

level 1 registration info

Compass Education Level 2: Applying Systems Thinking for Sustainability School Tranformation

Trainer: Kath Lane & Kate Doré

https://www.uwcsea.edu.sg/centre/compass2-oct16

Who should attend: Educators who have attended Level 1 course and have a firm understanding and practical experience with using the Compass Education tools and systems thinking in their classroom.

When: 26-27 September 2016

Where: UWCSEA Dover Campus, Singapore

Early bird workshop fee until 25 August: US$299 / S$399*

Workshop fee from 26 August: US$339 / S$449*

As a result of attending this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Explain and interpret the sustainability paradigm challenge humanity faces from a systems thinking perspective.
  • Describe the challenges of teaching for global citizenship and sustainability; identify best practice examples for effectively integrating sustainability education into schools;
  • Demonstrate effective use and application of systems thinking tools and methods to enhance learning within the curriculum.
  • Analyze, evaluate and assess their own personal context and sphere of influence within their school and outside education-related network towards contributing to system transformation in alignment with sustainability education goals.
  • Have a personal systems action plan, built on a systems thinking approach and focused on their own sphere of influence towards effectively supporting sustainability within their school and in their education networks.

level 2 registration info

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