European RCE Network Meeting – October ’22
On 2022 October 10-13, we organized an interactive three days meeting with regional, national and European educators, under the theme ‘Greater than the Sum of the Parts; Strengthening the European RCE Network for ESD‘. The conference was intense, energetic and productive. The final day ended with an excursion to the Wadden Sea UNESCO World Heritage Site!
Read the recap of this meeting here.
Below you find the outcomes of this meeting, the presentations that were given throughout the three days meeting, the posters the RCE members presented and a gallery of pictures, offering an impression of the interactive and diverse sessions.
We are looking forward to meet you on our next voyage! Betsy King & Kirsten Leask (RCE Scotland), Detlev Lindau-Bank (RCE Oldenburg Munsterland), Miki Konishi, Kozue Tatsuhara & Philip Vaughter (RCE Service Centre) and Max Eisenbart & Heleentje Swart (SPARK RCE Fryslân).
During the European RCE Meeting six action lines were formed, around the following themes:
|• Inclusivity & Diversity||• Learning & Action|
|• Pedagogy & Toolkit||• Youth & Co-creation|
|• Research & Quality||• Sub-networks|
Read more about the outcomes here.
(Re)watch the presentations that were shown throughout the meeting:
Welcome in Fryslân
For more information about our region:
– Broad prosperity for the Blue Delta region
For more information about our cooperation with companies:
– Video: The Wind of Circular Change is coming from the North
For more information about our cooperation with schools:
– Video: SPARK the Movement Approach
Maximilian Eisenbart and Heleentje Swart (RCE Fryslân)
> Full program of the European RCE Meeting 2022
|• History of our RCE Network|
Betsy King (regional advisor European RCE Network)
|• Scientific research on local and global solutions|
Piet Bouma & Emma Folmer (Campus Fryslân)
|• RCE updates: 2021-2022 Global RCE Service Centre|
Philip Vaughter (UNU-IAS)
|• EMBARKING: scanning the trends, challenges and opportunities & Out on an Open Sea|
Kirsten Leask (RCE Scotland)
|• The Whole School Approach|
Jans Helmers (Aeres MBO Leeuwarden)
|• Designing games for good|
Tim Laning (Grendel Games)
|• Towards Transformative Learning environments in the Blue Delta|
Menno Wierdsma (Friesland College)
|• ESD for 2030|
Bernhard Combes (UNESCO)