EnviWiki – the Czech Multimedia Toolkit for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) (reviewed text)
EnviWiki, The educational encyclopaedia for ESD literacy has been selected to be part of the EC DG EAC Inventory of innovative good practice on education for sustainable development.
The main purpose of the Inventory is to show concrete examples which have been implemented in the Member States under the concept of ESD in formal and non-formal learning contexts and which are at the forefront as regards innovative approaches. Projects/programmes selected as innovative good practice will be used to inform the preparation of the next Progress Report on the EU Sustainable Development Strategy in Education. See European Commission DG Education and Culture Inventory of innovative practices in education for sustainable development, the case study EnviWiki - Environmental Literacy for Teachers (CZECH REPUBLIC), page 51.
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