Using storytelling in education for sustainable development (ESD)

CALL FOR CHAPTER CONTRIBUTIONS

We are pleased to announce a forthcoming Routledge book on using storytelling in education for sustainable development (ESD). We anticipate that potential contributors will be colleagues with an interest/expertise in one or more of the following areas: Storytelling, ESD in Higher Education, Innovative Pedagogies. Book editors will be Heather Luna and Dr Petra Molthan-Hill  (both Nottingham Trent University), Dr Denise Baden (University of Southampton) and Professor Tony Wall (University of Chester). To facilitate the writing process, we are offering an initial webinar.

 

WHAT: Storytelling & Sustainability Webinar

WHEN: Wednesday 25th April 3-5pm BST (2-4pm UTC)

WHERE: on Zoom

HOW: You will receive a link prior to the webinar that you click to join. You will need a webcam and microphone (embedded ones are fine). If you are unfamiliar with Zoom, Heather will arrange a practice run to ensure the technology goes smoothly for all.

 

This webinar will consist of:

* An overview of what we would expect from a submitted chapter, with Q&A

* A small group activity with others in your discipline area

* A round of sharing ideas

* A small interdisciplinary group activity

* Time outside the webinar to develop ideas

* Another round with your interdisciplinary group to report back

* A round-up of ideas and further Q&A

 

To book onto the webinar, please email heather.luna@ntu.ac.uk. If you are not available for this webinar but would like to contribute to the book and/or participate in a future webinar, please contact Heather.

 

SUSTAINABLE STORY WRITING COMPETITION

On a related note, please find attached details of a writing competition for short stories (<3500 words) set within a sustainable society. Deadline for submissions is 19th April 2018. Perfect to whet your appetite for the book! For more information visit: http://www.greenstories.org.uk

STORY ESD

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