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2020 | nr 3(31) | 49--66
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A Successive Change in the Curriculum for Sustainable Public Administration

Warianty tytułu
Etapy zmian programu nauczania zrównoważonej administracji publicznej
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Abstrakty
Rozwój zrównoważony uważany jest za jedną z najważniejszych kwestii dotyczących przyszłości, o czym świadczy rosnące zainteresowanie zrównoważonym rozwojem w szkolnictwie wyższym. Projekt zmiany opisany w tym artykule jest przykładem wysiłków podejmowanych w celu włączenia rozwoju zrównoważonego w program szkolnictwa wyższego. Cel projektu zmiany jest dwojaki: modyfikacja programów nauczania, literatury źródłowej, materiałów i egzaminów dla studiów na kierunku "administracja publiczna", w taki sposób, aby każdy kurs w jakiś sposób odnosił się do kwestii zrównoważonego rozwoju. Czyniąc rozwój zrównoważony integralną częścią całego nauczania, przedstawiony projekt podkreśla znaczenie różnych aspektów kwestii zrównoważonego rozwoju w różnych kontekstach. Istnieją trzy powody, dla których rozwój zrównoważony powinien być obecny w nauczaniu: edukacja na rzecz zrównoważonego rozwoju jest ważna dla samej uczelni; rozwój zrównoważony jest szczególnie istotny dla studentów administracji publicznej; aby zaangażować wszystkich studentów, edukacja na rzecz zrównoważonego rozwoju wymaga odpowiednich ram pedagogicznych. Drugim celem projektu jest nakreślenie podstawowych ram pedagogicznych, opartych na zasadach zawartych w teorii pedagogicznej, psychologicznej i organizacyjnej. Zdaniem autorki, w przedstawionym w artykule podejściu integracyjnym powtarzanie się tematów dotyczących zrównoważonego rozwoju na wielu kursach jest lepszym rozwiązaniem niż opracowanie pojedynczego kursu tematycznego. W pierwszej fazie projektu, w roku akademickim 2019-2020, dokonano przeglądu trzech kursów w celu uwzględnienia aspektów zrównoważonego rozwoju w odniesieniu do pojęć kluczowych. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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Sustainable development is considered to be one of the most important issues for the future, which is also mirrored in the growing interest in sustainable development in higher education. The change project reported in this article is an example of the efforts made to incorporate sustainability in higher education. The aim of the change project is twofold: the first one is to revise the syllabuses, reference literature, materials, and examinations for courses in Public Administration, so that every course in some way addresses sustainable development. By making sustainable development an integral part of all teaching, the change project highlights how different aspects of sustainability issues are relevant in different contexts. There are three reasons why sustainable development should be explicitly present in all teaching: education for sustainability is important to the university; sustainability is relevant especially for students in Public Administration; and to get all students engaged, education for sustainability requires a pedagogical framework. The second aim of the change project is to lay out the underlying pedagogical framework, which is based on principles found in pedagogical, psychological, and organizational theories. In this successive, integrative approach, the repeated occurrence of sustainability themes in many courses is considered to be a better option than having a single thematic course. In the first phase of the project, during the academic year 2019-2020, three courses were revised to include aspects of sustainability in relation to concepts central to the course. (original abstract)
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  • Åbo Akademi University, Finland
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