INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE 2018
„enabling – provocation – reflection“
Education 4.0 – Promotion of Sustainable
Development through Innovative Teaching
takes place on 29th November 2018 and 30th November 2018
Hochschule für Agrar- und Umweltpädagogik
Angermayergasse 1, A-1130 Wien
Education in the Anthropocene – Climate change can not be negotiated – a new “Green Deal” for Sustainable Development.
Prof. Dr. Kai Niebert, Professor for Science and Sustainability Education, University Zürich, Switzerland
Pedagogy for Sustainable Development
Empowering learners for Transformation Processes in every-day life, in businesses and in social communities
Requirements for education systems, learning environment and teaching
Prof. David SELBY, Founding director of sustainability frontiers and adjunct professor at Mountain Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Canada
The Didactic Concept of Green Pedagogy
Use in professional education to support sustainable development, findings
of scientifc results
Mag. Wilhelm Linder, University College for Agricultural and Environmental Education
Education 4.0 – Dynamics of Digital Learning in Future
The future belongs to Disruptives
Alexander Pinker, Medialist – Innovation – Profiling
EUROPEAN PROFESUS MULTIPLIER EVENT on 16th and 17th January 2018
Implementing a sustainable mindset –
Innovative Teacher Story
European ProfESus Multiplier Event, Espoo, Finland
Innovative Teacher Training in the fields of household and guest oriented businesses
16th January 2018 from 9.00h to 18.00h and
17th January 2018 from 09.00h to 13.00h
Laurea University of Applied Sciences
Vanha maantie 9
02650 Espoo Finland
Tel: +3589 8868 7400
– No registration fee or costs for coffee breaks, lunches and dinner at the multiplier event at 16th and 17th January 2018
Context of the Multiplier event
“Education for Sustainable Consumption (ESC) aims at providing knowledge, values and skills to enable individuals and social groups to become actors of change towards more sustainable consumption behaviors” (http://drustage.unep.org).
Improving Education for Sustainable Consumption and Production in the context of professional Home Economics fields is the aim of the ERASMUS+ Project “ProfESus”, which started in October 2016.
The task for teachers, to promote a sustainable mind set, is very challenging. All related dimensions of the teaching process such as sustainable consumption, professional demands in Home Economics businesses as well as the special expertise in education for sustainable consumption including related competences, methods and tools require
insights in current findings of different theories, results from former projects and current standards.
We would like to invite all experts and interested persons working in the field of teacher trainings such as related to household and guest orientated business or in home economics education, in vocational training, in education for hospitality management, in consumer education as well as in education for sustainable consumption and production etc.
Aims of the meeting
At the multiplier event the key aim is to define the chances and challenges for implementing a sustainable mind set through vocational education in household and guest orientated businesses. In addition the participants will discuss and determine indicators for a sustainable mindset.
Based on current education theories and new approaches for lesson planning the developed lesson planning template of the ProfEsus project will be evaluated. At last the innovative teacher training will be presented and recommendations for improvements will be discussed.
Programme of the first day
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication (communication) reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
How to reach the venue:
Guidebook for international visitors see the following link https://www.laurea.fi/en/services/international-services/mobility/staff-mobility
Helsinki International Airport is located in Vantaa, 30 min from the city center. Finnair buses run every 15 min from the airport to Elielinaukio at the central railway station in Helsinki. Ticket cost EUR 6.20. The slower local bus (no. 615, 620) cost EUR 5.50 and it stops at the square beside the railway station, Rautatientori. The trains I and P both go to the airport every 10 to 20 minutes. From Helsinki the I train takes 27 minutes and the P train 32 minutes to the airport. The price of the train ticket is 5.50 EUR. Alternatively, you can take a taxi to the hotel, Helsinki Airport Taxi (Tel. +358 9 8256 5562) and Yellow Line Airport Taxi (Tel. 0600 555 555), it will cost around EUR 40-50. The central taxi reser-vation number in Espoo is 0100 7300 and in Helsinki 0100 0700.
Laurea Leppävaara is located in the city of Espoo. Trains between Helsinki and Leppävaara are Y, S, U, L, E and A. The Leppävaara train station is approximately 800m from Laurea Leppävaara. The travel time by train from Leppävaara to Helsinki center is approximately 13-20 minutes. How to walk from the Leppävaara station to the campus:
- No registration fee or costs for coffee breaks, lunches and dinner at 16th and 17th January 2018
- Accommodation cost including breakfast for example
Aparthotel Forenom, Espoo (Leppävaara)
Single room 49€/ person
Single room 76€/ person
Hotel Glo Sello, Espoo
Single room 139€/ person
Registration to the Event: https://www.lyyti.in/ME2018_Finland