Education for sustainable development through
inquiry-based science education:
a model of modern educational system in
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Macedonian vineyards
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Skopje- the capital city
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Skopje- the capital city
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Skopje- the capital city
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Canyon Matka
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Vardar river
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Smolare waterfalls
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Church St. Jovan Kaneo
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Saint Pantelejmon church –
Plaosnik monastery, Ohrid
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Sunset in Macedonia
The goal of sustainable development
“to enable all people throughout the world to satisfy
their basic needs and enjoy a ...
Aspects of sustainable development
SDELG 2006
Social
Ecological
Economical
Sustainable development education
seeks to ensure that learners:
 Acquire knowledge of the principles of sustainable
d...
Natural
science
Cultural
&Health
Social
science Missing link
Manage
ment
Aspects of sustainable development
SDELG 2006
Natural
science
Cultural
&Health
Managem
ent
Social
science
Sustai...
Global Learning Resources for Sustainable Development Practice
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BUILDING A
NEW FIELD OF
SUSTAINABLE ...
Implementation of GLOBE program
Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment
www.globe.gov
Globe program in Europe
Globe map in Europe
GLOBE IN MACEDONIAN SCHOOLS
Agreement for Macedonia's accession, on August 24, 1998
GLOBE builds excitement about scienc...
What is the
benefit of Globe
program?
Who is involved in
realization of
Globe protocols?
GLOBE's impact on
the teachers
GLOBE students also access
these data for classroom
studies, research, student-scientist
partnerships, and
worldwide s...
GLOBE's impact on
students and their
teachers
Collaboration between students, teachers, local community,
citizens, Ministry of education, Ministry of environment and
...
Protocol of Hidrology
Soil &
Land cover
protocol
Globe
measurement exploring Informatics skills
GREEN PACK & GREEN PACK JUNIOR
Developed by Regional Environmental
Center for Central and Eastern Europe
(REC), MoES an...
GREEN PACK & GREEN PACK JUNIOR
Positive experiences in science
classrooms in Macedonia
Ongoing projects in Macedonia included in
national curriculum
Computer Integrating of environmental for every student
e...
NEW Curriculum for science for primary school in
Macedonia
Teacher &students resources
Educational curriculum of
scien...
I grade
Scientific Enquiry
Ourselves (Biology)
Scientific Enquiry
Living and Growing (Biology)
Scientific Enquiry
Ma...
The skills gained trough inquiry learning
experience in science
Empowering
Outdoors
Cooperative Creative
challenging ...
,,Cambridge” trainings in primary
school related with science and ESD &
impact in the classroom
Discussion
What the schools in your country are doing
to promote sustainability and global
citizenship?
How do these a...
Contact: Natalija Aceska
Scientix deputy ambassador for Macedonia
mail: aceska.bro@gmail.com
mob: 00389 75 743 743
Tha...
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Natalija Aceska: Education for sustainable development through inquiry

Presentation from the 2nd Scientix Conference, 24-26 October 2014, Brussels, Belgium
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Education      
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Transcripts - Natalija Aceska: Education for sustainable development through inquiry

  • 1. Education for sustainable development through inquiry-based science education: a model of modern educational system in Republic Macedonia M.Sc. Natalija Aceska Ministry of education and science - Bureau for development of education Scientix 2 // 2nd Scientix conference 24 - 26 October 2014 - Brussels
  • 2. “ Macedonian vineyards
  • 3. “ Skopje- the capital city
  • 4. “ Skopje- the capital city
  • 5. “ Skopje- the capital city
  • 6. “ Canyon Matka
  • 7. “ Vardar river
  • 8. “ Smolare waterfalls
  • 9. “ Church St. Jovan Kaneo
  • 10. “ Saint Pantelejmon church – Plaosnik monastery, Ohrid
  • 11. “ Sunset in Macedonia
  • 12. The goal of sustainable development “to enable all people throughout the world to satisfy their basic needs and enjoy a better quality of life without compromising the quality of life of future generations”.
  • 13. Aspects of sustainable development SDELG 2006 Social Ecological Economical
  • 14. Sustainable development education seeks to ensure that learners:  Acquire knowledge of the principles of sustainable development  Develop understanding of the relevance of the principles to their own lives and to the lives of others  Develop the skills needed to take decisions guided by these principles  Value the importance of these principles in sustaining their own wellbeing in addition to the wellbeing of our society, economy and planet. SDELG 2006
  • 15. Natural science Cultural &Health Social science Missing link Manage ment
  • 16. Aspects of sustainable development SDELG 2006 Natural science Cultural &Health Managem ent Social science Sustainable development practice
  • 17. Global Learning Resources for Sustainable Development Practice RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BUILDING A NEW FIELD OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  • 18. Implementation of GLOBE program Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment www.globe.gov
  • 19. Globe program in Europe
  • 20. Globe map in Europe
  • 21. GLOBE IN MACEDONIAN SCHOOLS Agreement for Macedonia's accession, on August 24, 1998 GLOBE builds excitement about science, math, and advanced technology among young people Fifteen Macedonian schools are involved in this program, and they incorporated the GLOBE protocols into regular subjects, which is a big success for the teachers and the students as well.
  • 22. What is the benefit of Globe program? Who is involved in realization of Globe protocols?
  • 23. GLOBE's impact on the teachers
  • 24. GLOBE students also access these data for classroom studies, research, student-scientist partnerships, and worldwide school-to-school collaborations. GLOBE students have collected and entered more than 17 million data worldwide for their use as well as by scientists studying the Earth system
  • 25. GLOBE's impact on students and their teachers
  • 26. Collaboration between students, teachers, local community, citizens, Ministry of education, Ministry of environment and psychical planning
  • 27. Protocol of Hidrology
  • 28. Soil & Land cover protocol
  • 29. Globe measurement exploring Informatics skills
  • 30. GREEN PACK & GREEN PACK JUNIOR Developed by Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC), MoES and BDE
  • 31. GREEN PACK & GREEN PACK JUNIOR
  • 32. Positive experiences in science classrooms in Macedonia
  • 33. Ongoing projects in Macedonia included in national curriculum Computer Integrating of environmental for every student education in educational process
  • 34. NEW Curriculum for science for primary school in Macedonia Teacher &students resources Educational curriculum of science for 1-3 grade Teacher’s guide Scheme of work
  • 35. I grade Scientific Enquiry Ourselves (Biology) Scientific Enquiry Living and Growing (Biology) Scientific Enquiry Making Sounds (Biology) Scientific Enquiry What is it made of? (Chemistry ) Scientific Enquiry 4 Pushes and Pulls(Physics) Scientific Enquiry Growing Plants (Biology) II grade Scientific Enquiry Light and Dark (Physics) Scientific Enquiry Changing Materials (Chemistry) Scientific Enquiry Space (Physics) Scientific Enquiry Electricity (Physics) Scientific Enquiry Looking at Rocks (Chemistry) Scientific Enquiry Plants and Animals Around Us (Biology) III grade Scientific Enquiry Life Processes (Biology) Scientific Enquiry Flowering Plants (Biology) Scientific Enquiry The Senses (Biology) Scientific Enquiry Materials (Chemistry) Scientific Enquiry Introduction to Forces(Physics) Scientific Enquiry Keeping Healthy (Biology)
  • 36. The skills gained trough inquiry learning experience in science Empowering Outdoors Cooperative Creative challenging Transformative Pupil-centred Pupil-directed Active Collaborative Experiential FUN
  • 37. ,,Cambridge” trainings in primary school related with science and ESD & impact in the classroom
  • 38. Discussion What the schools in your country are doing to promote sustainability and global citizenship? How do these activities support the implementation of education for sustainable development?
  • 39. Contact: Natalija Aceska Scientix deputy ambassador for Macedonia mail: aceska.bro@gmail.com mob: 00389 75 743 743 Thank you for your attention!