讲座地点： ZOOM 直播
Dr Anders Rosén, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. Associate professor in Naval Architecture at the KTH Department of Engineering Mechanics. Pedagogic developer at the KTH Department of Learning. Deputy director of the KTH Global Development Hub. Has been teaching various topics within engineering for 25 years and building up and managing two master of science education programs. Research on education for sustainable development and various topics within naval architecture. Current strong focus on supporting teachers in integrating aspects of sustainable development in their teaching and on developing and implementing challenge-driven education at KTH and partner universities.
Through the adoption of UNs 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), governments all over the world have agreed on the urgent need for transformation of our global society to ensure sustainable living conditions for ourselves and future generations. Universities and higher education have key roles in promoting and guiding these transformations.
Dr. Anders Rosén from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm will introduce the concept of sustainable development and the education for sustainable development, and share some examples of how sustainable development is being integrated in the educations at the KTH.
General introduction to sustainable development – why, what, how
Hands on workshop on the Sustainable Development Goals in UNs 2030 Agenda
Introduction to education for sustainable development
Examples of how sustainable development is being integrated in the educations at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Discussion on status and opportunities for integrating sustainable development in the educations at Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Participants are expected to be fluent in listening and spoken English.