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secondary education

This is the overview page for secondary education where you can find knowledge, online and offline events, news and tools to get started with sustainability in secondary education.

More and more secondary schools are working on learning for sustainable development. In this way, they are helping to build a sustainable society and a circular economy with room to develop everyone's unique talent.

Through the Learning for Tomorrow network, teachers and school leaders can actively learn from each other's experiences. We also offer them instruments and tools (such as the Sustainabul) with which they can further develop the sustainability of their education.

The Whole School Approach helps schools (on a strategic level) to start thinking and acting sustainably in the area that the school is currently working on: whether this is making the canteen more sustainable or renewing teaching materials.

Projects

Together we are responsible for a large number of projects that contribute to sustainable education. We do this from our own organizations, but we also work on joint projects. By seeking targeted cooperation we reach a wider audience and accelerate the transition to sustainable education. See our projects in the secondary education sector.
A series of meetings on key developments on sustainability in education were held in November. Those meetings returned...
The Circular Skills Meetup was the event for professionals from education, business, research institutions and governments working on the...
Three members of Cooperative Learning for Tomorrow entered into conversation with teachers from VO, MBO and HO about...
Organize a festive clothing swap at your school
This project aims to form an interdisciplinary collaboration with the goal of contributing to the building...
With the education consortium in Flevoland, we are working to structurally educate for a Circular Regional Economy. We do this by...
Members of Cooperative Learning for Tomorrow have developed a Sustainable Education Roadmap that schools can use to develop their own vision that...

Teaching Materials

All the teaching materials on this page have the "Learning for Sustainable Development" seal of approval. In order to receive this seal of approval,...
17 goals you share! 17 World Goals aim to ensure that by 2030 the world is a better place to...
Teaching material Land Above Water Land above water is cross-curricular teaching material for primary, secondary and vocational schools. With Land above...

Current

There is a lot happening within education in the field of sustainability in the broadest sense of the word. See below the most important online and offline events that take place within the education sector.

Agenda

There is a lot happening within education in the field of sustainability in the broadest sense of the word. See below the most important online and offline events that take place within the education sector.
Wed March 6, 2024, 09:30 U - 17:00 hrs
The Woldhuis, Apeldoorn
Fri March 8, 2024, 11:30 U - 17:00 hrs
The Booth Street Church
Thu March 14, 2024, 16:16 U - 18:00 hrs
Pakhuis de Zwijger
Thu March 14, 2024, 19:00 U
Pakhuis de Zwijger
Fri April 12, 2024 - 00:00 U
Utrecht University of Applied Sciences

Knowledge

Everything you want to know about sustainable education in vo
Do your students know where their phones go when they buy a new one? Or what happens to the materials in the old building at...
In the Sustainability Skills program, members of the Learning for Tomorrow cooperative explored how vocational education can train young people for the circular transition....
In 2011, BuildUpSkills-Netherlands (BUS-NL) created a roadmap to properly prepare the construction and installation sector in the Netherlands for the energy transition of the...
This study maps the state of learning for sustainable development in primary and secondary education and identifies the support needs of...
Which organizations are working within education to improve equity, diversity and inclusion, what are they doing and what makes them successful? What do...
On behalf of Cooperative Learning for Tomorrow, there is an article on sustainable education in the June issue of the magazine From Twelve to Eighteen.
The Circular Skills program presents a new report. In June and July, Learning for Tomorrow in collaboration with NADO and SME organized a market consultation in the...
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