Účel vzdělávání: Australský a slovinský pohled na vzdělávání k udržitelnému rozvoji

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Phil Smith
Majda Naji

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Jasné vymezení účelu vzdělávání napomáhá dobrým rozhodnutím ohledně kurikula, politiky, infrastruktury i financování. Autoři tohoto článku navrhují, že udržitelnost musí být hlavním principem účelu vzdělávání v 21. století a představují dva příklady ze škol ve Slovinsku a v Austrálii.

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Smith, P., & Naji, M. (2013). Účel vzdělávání: Australský a slovinský pohled na vzdělávání k udržitelnému rozvoji. Envigogika, 8(4). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.407
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Phil Smith

writer, walker, cross-country skier
Director, KnowHands Education Consultancy
NSW Facilitator, HotRock
Lecturer, University of Western Sydney
Immediate Past President, Australian Association for Environmental Education

Phil has had fun working in environmental education and advocacy for over 30 years – in schools, universities, government agencies and communities. His local, national and international experience includes community campaigning, professional development in sustainability education for teachers and lecturers, strategic program development, evaluation, writing and facilitation.

Majda Naji

Dr Majda Naji is currently working as Assistant Research for ESD and Global Education at International School for Social and Business Studies (ISSBS) in Celje, Slovenia. She is founder of Journal Developing Global Dimension in the Curriculum at National Education Institute Slovenia (NEIS). Majda Naji was a member of Comenius projects SEED, SUPPORT and CoDeS, member of National group for Global Education, Slovenian representative in UNECE and national coordinator for ENSI.

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