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- Introduction to Futures Thinking (Inayatullah) Future focused models of education
- Drivers of futures thinking in education - international and national contexts
- Education leadership in a Neoliberal landscape (Eriksen)
- Sustainable models of educational leadership (Hargreaves, Fullan)
- Sustainability - the four pillars - political; sociocultural; environmental and economic
- Education for sustainability (ARIES; Tilbury; Sterling)
- Education as sustainability (ARIES; Tilbury; Sterling)
- Integral models of thinking for sustainability (Wilbur)
- The contribution of education to sustainable global development
- Globalisation: Key Concepts (Ball; Lingard; Marginson; Friedman; Polanyi) Internationalising the curriculum, natural, economic and sociocultural
- Education and the creation of living capital and anthro-capital
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Embedded Multimedia
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Lecture capture
- Standard Media
- Streaming Multimedia
- Web links
- Online Assessment
- Resources and Links
- Audio-Video streaming
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This subject explores the influences on education of emerging concepts concerning the future of education. This includes education (of, for and as) sustainability, globalisation and notions of sustainable education. It also examines the impact of these on education systems, educators, leaders and learners within the context of a globalised landscape. This subject provides educators with theoretical and conceptual frameworks to understand these influences and the practical tools to respond to such change.
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- Case Study (60%)
- Report (40%)
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