Looking globally: the future of education
Looking globally: the future of education

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Acknowledgements

This free course was written by a team led by Alison Fox and Clare Lee.

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Figure 1: View of Collins Glacier in Antarctica, © United Nations. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-commercial-No Derivatives Licence http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/

Activity 2: Photograph of Brian Cox © Ben A. Pruchnie / Stringer / Getty Images

Figure 2: Butterfly diagram from 'Global Learning and Education: Key concepts and effective practice', p. 133, Routledge, © 2015 A. Peterson and P. Warwick, reproduced by permission of Paul Warwick.

Activity 3: Photograph of Paul Warwick. Reproduced courtesy of Dr Paul Warwick

Course forum: Photograph of Wroclaw river, Poland: © Alison Fox

Audio-visual

Activity 1: ‘Sustainability’ © BBC, transmitted 17 August 1999.

Activity 2: Climate Change: Professor Brian Cox clashes with sceptic Malcolm Roberts. Reproduced by permission of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation – Library

Activity 3: 'What is sustainability?' © BBC, transmitted 5 August 2013.

Activity 4 Scenario 2: Extract from Sustainability Education in HE – towards a pedagogy of hope, challenge and controversy? University of Greenwich Educational Development Unit. Licensed under Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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