Educating for Local Development and Global Sustainability: An Overview in Spain
AbstractThe following are systematized examples, taken from the general panorama of activities currently being implemented in Spain, of significant experiences and formative strategies of local sustainable development. They correspond to three different intervention areas in education: different levels in the school system, adults training in competence and technical abilities, and community education. They offer a contextualized model of education intervention that contributes to ecological and environmental sustainability, social promotion and productive competitiveness. The experiences described permit, in many cases, changes of life styles and social customs, adjusting them to the requirements of sustainable development; in others, to form new generations for local sustainable development and global sustainability. Although procedures must vary to suit the particular features inherent in each such realm, it is the function of education to tackle first and foremost the training of the intellect, the education of emotions and moral personality, and the acquisition of professional skills. View Full-Text
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Murga-Menoyo, M.A. Educating for Local Development and Global Sustainability: An Overview in Spain. Sustainability 2009, 1, 479-493.
Murga-Menoyo MA. Educating for Local Development and Global Sustainability: An Overview in Spain. Sustainability. 2009; 1(3):479-493.Chicago/Turabian Style
Murga-Menoyo, María A. 2009. "Educating for Local Development and Global Sustainability: An Overview in Spain." Sustainability 1, no. 3: 479-493.