LfS Scotland Members' Story Share -1-
From Betsy King
Out to Play by Eco Drama
Emily Reid shares some of the highlights and impacts of the Out to Play project, delivered in 27 schools and nurseries since 2015, reaching over 5,000 children and 600 teachers across Glasgow. The project champions the role of storytelling, drama and arts-based learning to create meaningful, engaged learning for sustainability experiences for children and their teachers in urban playgrounds, with a particular focus on the power of the imagination.
Discursive learning for sustainable development thinking Ishani Erasmus, The Scottish Parliament
To shift to a different developmental trajectory, we need to think differently - Ishani shares a little about the work I've been doing to support this in the Parliament.
Developing Carbon Literacy Chris Litwiniuk, Sustainability Innovation and Engagement Manager University of Edinburgh
The implementation and impacts of delivering Carbon Literacy training at the University of Edinburgh.