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Meeting Report: International Consultation on Education for Sustainable Development, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 19-24 August, 2007

TVET Teacher Education towards Sustainability

Forty TVET experts from 17 countries, including Canada, Australia, China, Thailand and Vietnam, discussed ways in which sustainability can be integrated into TVET teacher education and capacity building programmes in the Asia-Pacific region at the meeting “International Consultation on Education for Sustainable Development: TVET Teacher Education towards Sustainability”. This international experts meeting was held on 19-24 August 2007 in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

The objectives of the meeting were to:

map the scope and contribution of TVET TE to ESD;

identify the issues arising for TVET TE in strengthening the contribution of TVET to ESD;

identify ways of strengthening the contribution of TVET TE to ESD; and

develop an agenda and action plan of research, programme profiling and development for strengthening the contribution of TEVT teacher education to ESD.


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