Food for Thought, Responsible and Sustainable Living,...

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Is the tenth in the Active Methodology Images and Objects series and aims to strengthen learners' ability to deal with socio-scientific issues (SSIs) and Grand Challenges (i.e., urgent global problems) which relate directly to the pursuit of sustainable development. The toolkit uses Graphic organizers and Adapted Pathways Leaning Model as its learning approach.
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ATRÉVETE A OPINAR DIFERENTE, VIVIR RESPONSABLE Y...

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Este conjunto de herramientas ofrece una breve introducción a cada tema, así como una serie de ejemplos en forma de historias personales. Cada historia incluye una imagen de la persona que la compartió y, al final de este conjunto de herramientas, se proporciona una imagen del banco de fotos relacionada con el ejemplo. Las historias provienen de personas de todo el mundo y pueden usarse como ejemplos inspiradores, al enseñar sobre estos diferentes temas.
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Sustainable Lifestyles: Options and Opportunities in...

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Workplaces can support and motivate tangible shifts in their employees’ and customers’ lifestyles towards sustainability. This publication offers proven actions for creating and enabling sustainable lifestyles. It is aimed at those groups and individuals in workplaces who are open and willing to demonstrate and incentivize sustainable lifestyles and need guidance along the way. Developed by: United Nations Environment Programme and One Earth – Oct 2018.
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Guideline on Green Office Criteria & Lifestyle in...

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The guideline was developed within an initiative "Upscale and Mainstream Green Office Lifestyles in Vietnam" under the 10YFP on SCP. The content of the guideline is to introduce Green Office approach and method of AIT-VN and how it responses to both international and local needs on GHG reduction, climate change, environmental awareness through adoption of sustainable consumption and sustainability-driven behavior changes.
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Draft: Pathways to Sustainable Lifestyles - Global...

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The purpose of this stocktaking report is to contribute to the overall development of the Sustainable Lifestyles and Education Programme of the 10-Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production (10YFP) by delivering a better understanding of the complex relations between lifestyles and sustainability, briefly explaining the relevant role of research, policy development, education and civic action as fundamental tools to enable, strengthen and safeguard sustainable lifestyles, and identifying regional, sub regional, national and local initiatives and actions that indicate a shift towards more sustainable lifestyles or the safeguarding of sustainable traditional knowledge and cultural practices. This report: - presents the concept of sustainable lifestyles as understood today; - identifies common lifestyles issues and differences between regions; and - presents examples of the trends and innovations that are in place to address them, placing a special focus on education. This report will consider how transformative learning and change towards sustainable lifestyles can be accelerated and enhanced through the initiatives of the Sustainable Lifestyles and Education Programme. This report was prepared by contributors from: - The Partnership for Education and Research about Responsible Living (PERL) namely Victoria Thoresen, Robert Didham, Carme Martinez-Roca, Luis Flores Mimica, Cathy Rutivi and Sevgi Kalkan; - with the support of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), including Fabienne Pierre (Programme Officer), Garrette Clark (Programme Officer), Khairoon Abbas (Consultant) and Helene Cruypenninck (former Consultant).
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Resource Usage: Time as a Resource

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This resource entitled Resource Usage - Time as a Resource Images and Objects Active Methodology Toolkit 4 is a result of contributions, reflections and development work carried out by the PERL Work Group 4a (Active Learning Methodologies). The toolkit is part of a series of ‘toolkits' on the theme of sustainable development and responsible living. The toolkit is designed to support and encourage teachers, tutors and lecturers to integrate some of the concepts of sustainable development into teaching and learning.%It takes a holistic approach to the use of resources for future responsible living and involves learning how to anticipate the consequences of actions, envision a sustainable future and create the steps needed to achieve the vision. A sustainable future will be built on the choices that are made, and the actions taken, by individuals in their families and local communities and extend to affect national, international and global resources. The toolkit focuses on using a range of active teaching and learning approaches and strategies to explore the themes of: - the inter-relationship between environmental, economic, social and political resources in everyday life. - time as a resource and the ability to think of the future - critical analysis, planning and decision making in determining personal action.
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Financial Literacy, Toolkit for Personal Finance...

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The PERL Network is a large multi-disciplinary organisation which has a core of work group members supported by a larger group which constitutes the Consultants Network. PERL is coordinated from the Hedmark University College in Norway. The Norwegian Ministry of Children, Equality and Social Inclusion also supports PERL. One of the PERL work groups is focusing on “Active Learning Methodologies” and its objectives are to develop resources that build on the student-centred constructive methods of the original “Images and Objects” Active Methodology Toolkit1 and the YouthXchange Training Kit2. This new toolkit aims to promote $nancial literacy. It provides background information on the need for personal $nance management education, games in education, as well as an original card game which can be used in various ways. This toolkit aims to promote $nancial literacy. It provides background information on $nancial education, as well as an original card game which can be used in various ways.
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What's the story? Responsible and Sustainable Living:...

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This is the fifth toolkit in the series of active methodology toolkits developed by PERL. The toolkit focuses on STORYTELLING as a key teaching and learning strategy, to explore themes related to responsible living and sustainable development. The toolkit includes background information on education for responsible and sustainable living, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and storytelling as an active learning methodology. This background information is intended to support the student-centered activities in the toolkit. By also including information on the MDGs and a related activity, the broader global context of responsible and sustainable living can be explored with students.
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LOLA - Sustainable Living and Stewardship: Active...

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Looking for Likely Alternatives (LOLA) is an international pedagogical tool for teachers and students hosted by the Sustainable Everyday Project . LOLA was first launched in 2005 by the Consumer Citizenship Network (CCN). The CCN network of partners continues today under the Partnership for Education and Research about Responsible Living (PERL) (http://www.perlprojects.org/). Following the adaptation of LOLA for Ireland, the LOLA toolkit is now being made available through PERL and the CDVEC Curriculum Development Unit for other countries to adapt and implement as appropriate into their curriculum. Overview of the LOLA toolkit The LOLA process requires that students engage in a series of steps to locate, critique and raise awareness of good local case studies about sustainable living and stewardship of the environment. Good sustainable living and stewardship case studies provide examples of how people can live in a way that meets present day needs, while caring for the environment and without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. This resource offers specific support to achieve the following statements of learning:
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Measuring What Matters. Values-Based Indicators...

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While values underlie much of human behaviour, they have long been considered intangible and unmeasurable. New methods and indicators pioneerd by a European Union-funded research project show how values are expressed and can be measured. This module explains the background and approach for those who want to create their own indicators adapted to their needs.
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Discovering What Matters. A journey of thinking and...

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This is a toolkit for students. It can show how far you already have values, as well as skills, knowledge, attitudes and personal qualities, which will enable you to survice and thrive in the 21st century. Through the activities in the toolkit, you can understand what your own values are, and how to live by them. You may also find out things about yourself that you want to work on.
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Growing a Shared Vision. A Values-Based Learning...

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Are we "walking our talk" as educators? Is our school a living example of a vibrant, sustainable community? Do we provide a supportive learning environment for staff and students, and empower them as agents of positive change? This toolkit provides tools to assess whether the educational environment we create for our students facilitates acquiring responsible values.
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Sustainable Lifestyles: Options and Opportunities

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This publication offers proven actions for creating and inspiring more sustainable lifestyles. It provides the rationale, resources and ideas for developing initiatives across areas of food, mobility, housing, goods and leisure as well as in general sustainable lifestyle areas. Informed by international advisors including in Bogota and Marrakech, it’s a tool for groups with limited resources who want maximum impact. Developed by: United Nations Environment Programme and One Earth – Oct 2018
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