How to face the challenges of sustainability and climate change in teaching in higher education? Welcome to hear the outcomes of the Climate University Ministry of Education and Culture key initiative “Multidisciplinary digital learning in sustainability challenges – flexible study paths to the working life” 2018-2020. It is time to celebrate together, as well as to discuss the future of sustainability education.
9:00 Welcome to Climate University at Tampere
9:30 Summary of Climate University
9:30 Get to know the Climate University new courses
11:00 Celebrating the success together
11:30 Lunch break
12:30 Teaching and research for sustainable citizenship
12:30 Keynote 1: Leena Aarikka-Steenroos: CICAT Circular Economy Catalysts – From Innovation to Business Ecosystems
12:50 Keynote 2: Pirjo Kuula: Teaching circular economy for built environment
13:45 Puheenvuoro 3: Anette Mansikka-aho: Kuinka ilmastonmuutoksesta kannattaisi puhua aikuisille?
14:10 Keynote 4: Kirsi-Pauliina Kallio: Climate citizenship: challenges of global shared responsibility in the world governed through state-based liberal democracy
14:30 Introduction to workshop
14:40 Working in break-out rooms
16:00 End of day
9:15 Future of Teaching Sustainability
9:15 Keynote 1: Eveliina Asikainen: Sustainability competencies
9:35 Keynote 2: Daniel Fernandex Galeote: (No) Time to Play: Games for Climate Change Engagement
10:15 Workshop: How to teach sustainability?
12:00 Lunch break
13:00 Future of Climate University
13:00 Keynote 1: Meri Löyttyniemi: Greetings from Unifi sustainable development work
13:15 Interactive workshop
16:00 End of day
The seminar will be held online and is hosted by Tampere University. Further information with participation links will be sent closer to the event to the registered participants.
Registration link: https://survey.tuni.fi/lime/666916?lang=en
Registration is closed.
Miikka Dal Maso, Tampere University
Laura Riuttanen, University of Helsinki