Learning for Sustainable Development. Merging Professional Demands and Academic Standards.

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    Learning for sustainable development - is learning to come to grips with a fast changing domain in which knowledge is essential. Knowledge generation and knowledge transfer occur in the interaction between education, research and innovation. In this thesis we have researched what this means for future professionals in the field of sustainable development and what the implications are for the design of academic education.
    Original languageEnglish
    Awarding Institution
    • van Dam - Mieras, Rietje, Supervisor
    • Sloep, Peter, Supervisor
    • Boon, Jo, Co-supervisor
    Thesis sponsors
    Award date22 Mar 2013
    Print ISBNs978 94 914 6581 9
    Publication statusPublished - 22 Mar 2013


    • sustainable development, curriculum design, transboundary competence;learning; academic quality assurance
    • knowledge transfer
    • networked learning
    • competence based learning
    • Technology enhanced learning
    • environmental sciences


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