Global RCE Youth Video Project for COP21

Dear Collegues/Coordinators,

Please see the attached document which describes an initative of the Global RCE Youth Network. If you have not received the document last month please read it. 

We request RCE Coordinators to identify leading youth in their RCE community to record a short video (total 1 minute) of themselves answering the following questions. We ask RCE Coordinators to work with the youth to help them frame their answers.

[Good Practice case]Day for Sustainable Society@Chungryeol Girl's High School, Tongyeong


This is a short project report written and translated to English by students at Chungryeol Girl’s High School in Tongyeong, Korea. During her sociology class, teacher Ms. Hong Dosoon led students to think about sustainable development issues and find ways to make a small difference during their everyday school life. This short summary depicts some of the projects the girls have initiated in class, currently still in action.

SEAMEO’s call for Cultural Week Video Discussions

In celebration of SEAMEO's Golden 50th Anniversary, the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization is inviting students, teachers and schools in Southeast Asian countries to learn the cultural heritage practices of Southeast Asian countries during 2-6 November 2015 by visiting their YouTube channel. View the videos and stand the chance to win US$200 and more prizes.

Outcomes from the 2nd International Conference on Learning Cities, Mexico

Outcomes from the 2nd International Conference on Learning Cities which took place in Mexico City from 28-30 September are now available on the UNESCO Global Network of Learning Cities (GNLC) website.
 You can also find 12 case studies on "Unlocking the Potential of Urban Communities" summarised in this UNESCO report.

Professional and Graduate Capability Framework: assessment of interpersonal and cognitive abilities

This document gives a good overview of the Graduate Capability Framework endorsed by Global L&T leaders that have been involved in Geoff Scott’s OLT National Teaching Fellowship.

This is a professional capability framework that has been validated in studies of successful graduates in nine professions along with studies of educational leaders in schools, VET and Higher Education. It distinguishes between capabilities and competencies.