Learning for Sustainability

Our Learning for Sustainability program works with students, kindergartens and schools, and parents and communities to strengthen learning ecosystems in remote small island and coastal communities to improve student learning experiences and outcomes.

 

We support students to develop confidence, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity through a bespoke learning program that incorporates 21st Century pedagogy, education for sustainable development, and outdoor and experiential learning.

 

We do this through delivering lessons at our Learning Centres, providing Local Teacher Training sessions, and raising awareness about the importance of learning via Community Engagement activities.

 

Our learning and training materials are designed with the guidance of professional educators and developed with input from our learning facilitators and local partners. This way, our program is based in recognised pedagogy while being inclusive of the values, experiences and languages of children who live in remote small island and coastal communities.

Key Program Components

Childhood Learning

The delivery of a community-based learning for sustainability program that builds knowledge, life skills and English language.

 

Human Resources Development

Training of local school teachers in learning for sustainability, and TIF learning facilitators as program implementers.

 

Infrastructure Development

Renovation of community learning spaces, and procurement and installation of equipment.

 

Surveys and Assessments

Supporting communities through surveys and assessments across issues related to accessing quality learning and sustainable development challenges.

 

Stakeholder Engagement

Collaboration with schools, kindergartens, parents and communities to increase engagement in learning.

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