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ASTA EKMAN Baltic Sea in focus during a school year

AVE VITSUT An Interdisciplinary Project of Springs at Viljandi

ILZE DALBINA Many Shades of ESD

DAY 1

22 April 2015

Tallinn University, Astra building (Narva rd 29)
Foyer, 1st floor
15.00-17.00 Registration and coffee
1 floor foyer
Tallinn University, Astra building (Narva rd 29)
Auditorium Maximus (ground floor)
17.00-17.30

Conference opening; welcome address
Marko Pomerants, Estonian Minister of Environment
Andres Onemar, Director General, Estonian Environmental Board

Conference chair: Marek Sammul, Tartu University, Estonia

17.30-18.30 Keynote 1:
Insights into Estonian SD and ESD in Estonia
Kaja Peterson & Rea Raus, Estonia
18.30-19.30 Keynote 2:
An Integral Approach to Learning the Leadership Skills Needed for Sustainability Transitions
John Fien, Australia
Tallinn University, Astra building (Narva rd 29)
Foyer (ground floor)
20.00-22.00 Welcome reception

Day 2

23 April 2015

Tallinn University, Astra building (Narva rd 29)
Foyer, 1st floor
8.00 Registration
Tallinn University, Astra building (Narva rd 29)
Auditorium Maximus (ground floor)
9.00-10.00 Keynote 3:
Teaching and learning against the grain while going with the flow: educational innovations for the great transition
Arjen Wals, The Netherlands
10.00-10.30 Coffee break
10.30-12.10 Parallel sessions
  Astra building, room A046
ground floor
Silva building, room S116
1st floor
Silva building, room 232
2nd floor
Astra building, auditorium Maximus (main hall) Silva building, room S412
4th floor
  Session 1
Creativity in and for ESD
Session 2
Values and Ethics
Session 3
Sustainable Communities
Session 4
Sustainable Schools
Session 5
Sustainable Schools - Methods
  Chair: Liisa Puusepp Chair: Triin Käpp Chair: Erkki Peetsalu Chair: Rea Raus Chair: Ilga Zalite
10.30-10.50 Dare to dream?: Role of inspiration and participation in moving towards a more hopeful future in landscape governance
Joanna T. Storie, Latvia
What's love got to do with it? Probably everything
Dr Robbie Nicol, Scotland
Sustainability education in an ecocommunity school: experience of an Estonian ecocommunity
Riinu Lepa, Estonia
ESD in World Heritage Education (WHE) - a study of teachers conceptions and experiences of WHE in Kvarken Archipelago
Ida Berg, Finland
Education as Lived Experience-Food for Mind and Soul
Sue Clutterbuck, United Kingdom
10.50-11.10 Shadow play and animation as methods for ESD with 5-9th graders
Hanniina Manner, Finland
Environmental responsibility as an issue in social school subjects
Essi Aarnio-Linnanvuori, Finland
Global Education and Education for Sustainable Development Interwined - Experiences and Best Practices from Estonian NGO Mondo
Johanna Helin, Estonia
Project „Hello, Spring!“ – Over 20 years of Values Education through Nature and Environmental Education
Terje Tuisk, Estonia
Think before you Buy – Choose products with less hazardous substances. A teacher’s handbook
Kai Klein, Estonia
11.10-11.30 Creative Drama in the Teaching of Education for Sustainable Development: Sustainability and Sustainable Production Activity
Özgül Keleş, Turkey
The 2-MEV model:15 years of monitoring green attitudes and values
Franz X. Bogner, Germany

Teachning Social Entrepreneurship: Example of Armenian Mountain Communities
Baiba Svane, Latvia

Investigating the effect of ESD-implementation in the Swedish school system by assessing students’ sustainability consciousness
Niklas Gericke, Sweden
Global Education workshops for non-formal learning in the Youth Sector
Uku Visnapuu, Estonia
11.30-11.50 Teaching education for sustainability - experiences from the University of Tartu
Marianne Lind, Estonia
to use the experience of traditional culture for teaching sustainable development
Taive Särg, Estonia
Solvik School. It´s not about talking, but doing
Evelin Tamm, Sweden/ Estonia
An education for sustainability dissemination program in Israeli schools: Changes in the schools and in student outcomes
Tali Tal, Israel and USA
Practical tools for understanding nature
Marika Kose, Estonia
11.50-12.10 Discussion Discussion Discussion Sustainable schools – missing points
Anna Batorczak, Poland
Practical education with "Home from Earth"
Sven Aluste, Estonia
12.10-13.30 Lunch
13.30-15.00 Parallel sessions
  Astra building, room A046
ground floor
Silva building, room S116
1st floor
Silva building, room 232
2nd floor
Astra building, auditorium Maximus (main hall)  
  Session 6
Creativity in and for ESD
Session 7
Values and Ethics
Session 8
Sustainable Communities
Session 9
Sustainable Schools
 
  Chair: Uku Visnapuu Chair: Triin Käpp Chair: Erkki Peetsalu Chair: Rea Raus  
13.30–13.50 Teach the Future
Erica Bol, The Netherlands
Highlighting the value prototyper of modern young people in the context of sustainable education and development
Ilze Strode, Latvia
The Role of Urban Green Areas in the Education for Sustainable Development - Focus on Krakow
Aleksandra Wagner, Poland
Introducing ESD in higher education in the Baltic Sea Region - challenges and drivers"
Paula Lindroos, Finland
 
13.50–14.10 Creative cross-curricular performance-project for climate change education
Anna Lehtonen, Finland
Finding roots in all globalising world. Value education of national identity
Merike Mitt, Estonia
Small Businesses in Creative Quarters as Educators for Sustainable Development: Case of Riga
Dzineta Dimante, Latvia
Story of my 12 years experience on teaching ESD
Gaye Teksoz, Turkey
 
14.10–14.30 Integrating environmental subjects into language studies
Anne Kivinukk, Estonia
Why should they care?
Imbi Kõiv, Estonia
Educational inequality as an example of unsustainable use of human resources
Mai Beilmann, Estonia
Sustainability of interpersonal relationships in educational context: possibilities in teachers’ training
Kadri Ugur, Estonia
 
14.30–14.50 How do we go fostering creativity and sustainability in Secondary Science curriculums? Case study in Ghana, Nabdam district
Karolin Mäe, Estonia
Explaining the prevalence of environmental values in European countries
Kati Orru, Estonia
On board - an action programme to advance environmental awareness and responsibility in the Uusimaa region of Finland for 2014–2017
Maria Runonen, Finland
What does it take to reroute a tanker? Lessons learned in 25 years of innovative teaching in environmental and sustainability sciences at the University of Lüneburg (Germany)
Maik Adomßent, Germany
 
14.50–15.00 Discussion Discussion Discussion Discussion  
15.00-15.30 Coffee break
Tallinn University, Astra building (Narva rd 29)
Auditorium Maximus (ground floor)
15.30-16.30 Keynote 4:
The use of PRISE as a way to support schools in their development towards (E)S
Gerben de Vries & André de Hamer, The Netherlands
16.30-17.30 Keynote 5:
The unappealing smells of sacrifice - values, sustainability and education
Leon Robinson, United Kingdom
17.30-18.30 Spare time
18.30 Bus transfer to the Seaplane Harbour from Tallinn University
Bus is waiting at the entrance of Mare building of the Tallinn University, behind the Tallinn University campus.
19.00-23.00 Conference Dinner at Seaplane Harbour, Estonian Maritime Museum
Vesilennuki 6, Tallinn
19.00-20.00 Exhibition visit at the Estonian Maritime Museum
20.00-23.00 Gala dinner
23.00 Bus transfer from the Seaplane Harbour back to the Conference hotels (Bus stops at the Viru Hotel, hotel Park Inn by Radisson Central Tallinn and Center Hotel)

DAY 3

24 April 2015

Tallinn University, Astra building (Narva rd 29)
Auditorium Maximus (ground floor)
9.00-10.00 Keynote 6:
Bringing ESD Home
Natalia Eernstman, United Kingdom
10.00-11.00 Keynote 7:
Student engagement for sustainability: Experiences from higher education
Daniella Tilbury, United Kingdom
11.00-11.30 Coffee break
11.30-12.30 Parallel sessions
  Astra building, room A046
ground floor
Astra building, auditorium Maximus (main hall) Astra building, room A303
3rd floor
   
  Session 10
Sustainable Schools
Session 11
Sustainable Schools
Session 12
Sustainable Schools
   
  Chair: Kai Klein Chair: Rea Raus Chair: Tiina Elvisto    
11.30-11.50 Philosophising with 3 to 12 years old children in Estonia
Egle Säre, Estonia
Teaching-learning divide in education for sustainable development and a way out
Maie Kiisel, Estonia
From sustainable design to sustainable implementation: knowledge supply chains for a green economy
Tove Holm, Finland
   
11.50-12.10 Understanding sustainability: between renewable resource and linguistic puzzle
Jerzy Sleszynski, Poland
LYKE–network helping Finnish schools with their ESD
Niina Mykrä and Jenni Skaffari, Finland
Finnish and Swedish ninth graders’ perceptions of climate change
Linda Degerman, Finland
   
12.10-12.30 Gaia School
Marit Otsing, Estonia
The Mission
Wolfgang Brunner, Sweden
Integrating sustainable practices for daily life into curriculum - Wroclaw Univeristy of Environmental and Life Sciences case study
Katarzyna Sabura, Poland
   
12.30-13.15 Lunch    
13.15-14.15 Poster session with coffee    
14.15-15.00 Keynote 8:
Ecologies of knowledge: Can semiosis be sustainable?
Timo Maran, Estonia
15.00-16.00

Panel discussion
Chair: Kadri Kalle

Panelists: Leon Robinson, Arjen Wals, Riinu Lepa, Kadi Kenk, Janika Ruusmaa

16.00-16.30 Closing session