Videos

On this platform we will link to a number of short video clips that are useful to guide Education for Sustainable Development teacher education content and practice.

This video introduces you to international discussions on the future of Education for Sustainable Development.

This video introduces you to some of the key aspects of education and its role in sustainable development.

This video shares children’s views on a sustainable future, showing some implications for education for sustainable development.

This video gives an overview of the 2018 winners of the Japan Prize for ESD, including Namibia’s NaDEET programme.

This video introduces some of the principles and practices of Education for Sustainable Development.

This video shows why climate change education is important to shape sustainable development and how it works in practice.

This video shows how Education for Sustainable Development can help to resolve biodiversity challenges.

This video shows how Education for Sustainable Development can help to build resilience against disaster and risk.

We encourage teacher educators to share experiences of using these on the Interactive Alumni Forum, and also to make recommendations there for additional video clips that can be shared to support multi-modal teacher education practice.

Video clips on Education for Sustainable Development Change Projects

The Sustainability Starts with Teachers project is also making short video clips to share progress with the Change Projects:

This video briefly presents the Sustainability Starts with Teachers Change Project being developed in the Mary Mount Teachers College in Zimbabwe.

This video briefly presents the Sustainability Starts with Teachers Change Project being developed at the University of Namibia in Namibia.

This video briefly presents the Sustainability Starts with Teachers Change Project being developed in the Serowe College of Education in Botswana.

This video reports on the Zimbabwe Sustainability Starts with Teachers Change Project Peer Review Meeting hosted in Harare in 2019.