ESD practices focused particularly on children’s understanding of economic sustainability

This Blog page has been set up to provide a platform for practitioners to share their practical examples of education for sustainable development in the early years. As children get older and begin to develop their understanding of sustainable development it will become increasingly important that we develop curriculum projects that include each of the three pillars: the economic, environmental and the social and cultural. But at this early stage of curriculum development there is currently a particular  need to develop practice in the context of children’s emergent understandings of the economy and thrift, and in terms of international and intercultural understanding. Projects with a particual environmental focus should therefore be posted here. For projects with more of an environmental or social/cultural flavour, please post them on the following pages:

ESD practices focused particularly on children’s understanding of environmental sustainability

ESD practices focused particularly on children’s understanding of social and cultural sustainability

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One Response to “ESD practices focused particularly on children’s understanding of economic sustainability”

  1. Ayanna Quain Says:

    +1

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