5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES
Higher education institutions seem to be engaged in a reactive process when thinking about education for sustainable development, instead of being proactive. A every stage, educational models remain very limited to specific goals and agendas driven by the fad of the moment and without articulating a sustainable educational model that we argue should be uttered within the concepts of intercultural competencies, smart, inclusive, and sustainable education where learners engage on a circular learning process as captured by the circular pedagogy for higher education. If the academic community is serious about driving actions that help us to enact change and impact to develop a more sustainable conscious socio-economic and environmental global society, we need to rethink our education models and pedagogies so that they are attuned with the complexity of our evolving reality.
Pop, L., Barkoczi, N., Morales, L., Coetzer, J.-H., Marian, C., & Flynn, P. (2022). Circular Pedagogy for Smart, Inclusive and Sustainable Education. Technological University Dublin. DOI: 10.21427/9AN6-3816
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