Q. Are you interested in carrying out action research on your teaching practice to explore sustainability?
Q. Are you keen to discuss the ways that sustainability questions can be integrated into your subject area?
Q. Are you developing innovative teaching methodologies for sustainability?
Q. Are you exploring ways to develop staff capacity in sustainability in your business or professional group?
If so, please contact Dr Alex Ryan (email@example.com) or Professor Daniella Tilbury (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Colleagues across the University are using innovative teaching and learning approaches to bring EfS into the curriculum:
David Booth uses sustainability principles and focus in his teaching in Landscape Architecture, specifically in landscape planning, exploring site choice, landscape and quality of life assessments and issues of capacity for development. email@example.com)
Bill Burford uses sustainability principles and his experience of social, cultural and environmental projects in a range of European countries, to teach the planning, design and planting of sustainable and sensorial landscapes. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Janine Dermody specialises in ‘green’ marketing, and has developed this work in her UG teaching, including group research and presentation methods. email@example.com)
James Derounian is a National Teaching Fellow with expertise in community and rural development, and in transformative learning to promote the engagement of people in sustainability. firstname.lastname@example.org)
Angela Kalisch is involved in sustainability education in the field of tourism, bringing sustainability perspectives and questions to bear in the global tourism management, and in teaching and learning about equitable and fair trade.(email@example.com)
Dr John Laurence has an interest in teaching sustainability issues within the overall perspective of strategic business management. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Kenny Lynch is Deputy Director of the Pedagogic Research and Scholarship Institute and teaches sustainable development issues with specific focus on African environments. (email@example.com)
Bob Moore’s expertise in the earth sciences and geographical information systems is applied to the teaching of sustainability issues in Landscape Architecture. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Nina Reeves is a University Teaching Fellow and Course leader for Multimedia and Interactive Games Design. Her sustainability interests lead to the creation web-based learning materials to support students who may need to work remotely due to geographical or social circumstances. (email@example.com)
Dr Alex Ryan is Associate Director of Sustainability (Academic), supporting academic development for sustainability across disciplines and in inter-disciplinary areas in the University, with particular interest in action research and transformative learning linked to education for sustainability. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Elisabeth Skinner is a University Teaching Fellow working with parish, town and community councils to provide local leadership in creating sustainable communities, mainly through an advanced professional qualification in community engagement and governance. (email@example.com)
Chris Short teaches sustainable countryside management, rural issues and green infrastructure planning, making use of active learning projects to enhance student learning processes. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Robin Snowdon specialises in teaching sustainable design and organises the innovative Sustainable Landscape seminar series, and has held a CeAL Fellowship to draw on pedagogic research and professional input to enhance the sustainability focus of Landscape Architecture teaching at UoG. (email@example.com)
Dr Arran Stibbe is a University Teaching Fellow who developed an innovative ‘ecolinguistics’ approach to engaging students in critical discourse analysis about sustainability issues. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor Daniella Tilbury is internationally recognised as a leading expert in ESD, specialising in learning based changes approaches, institutional development, professional competencies, as well as ESD indicators and evaluation. (email@example.com)
Angela Tomkins is a University Teaching Fellow who brings her interests in sustainability, employability and critical reflective practice to her teaching in leisure, tourism, events and hospitality management. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Dave Turner specializes in citizenship, inclusion and criminology and has developed a number of active learning methods for ESD, including the Green Dragons’ Den for students’ sustainable business proposals. (email@example.com)
Dr Sue Williams leads the MA in Leading Change and applies sustainability questions to her teaching in Human Resource Development, focusing on personal and professional development, reflective practice, and change management. (firstname.lastname@example.org)