Teacher Education and Better Schools

RCE Dublin and RCE Oldenburger Münsterland meet at UNESCO conference

This article is based on a report submitted by Detlev Lindau-Bank.

The conference "Bridging Education and Science for Sustainable Development" held in Daugavpils, Latvia on 2-3 December 2015, was organized by the Latvian National Commission for UNESCO in cooperation with the UNESCO Chair at the Daugavpils University, Ilga Salite and the National Centre for Education.


[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.



RCE Penang Webinar Series 2015

RCE Penang is delighted to share with you the programme for the Webinar Series 2015 focused on embedding Education for Sustainable Development in the school curriculum. We hope that you can join the talks and share your perspectives on each of the various topics covered.

We would really appreciate it if you could help us promote these events and forward this email to your network of contacts.


Review of RCE Teacher Education and Better School Projects and Initiatives


Dear AP RCE Colleagues,


RE: Review of AP RCE projects and initiatives on Teacher Education and Better Schools


We hope that you are well and started the year with lots of interesting and exciting projects! 


We are writing to invite you to complete the template attached which seeks to collect information on RCE school projects and initiatives carried out for the past 5 years. 


Exploring the Synergy between Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and the Delivery of Quality Education in Finland

This report describes ESD and Quality Education in Finland. The main aim was to establish a common understanding of the study subject, thereby creating an interpretation frame of quality education and ESD based on structure – process- outcomes –orientation and quality education literature in Finland. After analyzing the data (answers to study questions) by this frame, the results of this study are presented in this report.