Environmental literacy – Making education visible

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Watch this webinar to learn how to support school students in acquiring knowledge, developing skills, and assuming behaviours to competently make decisions and act on local, regional, national, and even global environmental issues.

What was this webinar about?

28 March 2002 | Duration: 60 min

Communicative activity


The role of education is seen widely as equipping young people to be able to face the challenges before society and contribute to their mitigation.

Environmental degradation is an existential threat before humanity but still, in most formal education systems, there are no clear curriculum guidelines on age-appropriate learning outcomes for environmental literacy.

This webinar session looks broadly at what environmental literacy is, and how we can shape learning outcomes for the environmental education activities being conducted in schools. This understanding also helps in preparing a road map of how we can assess the progress being made, and also reflect on the tools being used to make learning activities more effective.

Speaker panel

Dr Pramod Kumar Sharma

Dr Pramod Kumar Sharma is Senior Director of Education with the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). As an Education for Sustainable Development professional with a broad experience of over 20 years, he has worked with a wide range of stakeholders that include schools, corporate, programmes focusing on schools systems, rural development issues of tribal communities, and has mentored grassroots NGOs for projects in the area of sustainable development. His doctoral research is in Assessment of Environmental Literacy, he has a Master's Degree in Business Administration, and also holds an integrated Bachelor's Degree in Science and Education.

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