Our first Curriculum Transitions event took place in August 2019. A panel of secondary school teachers representing A-level biology, chemistry, physics, psychology, and maths, and BTEC applied sciences and health and social care, were joined by staff from across the
Curriculum Transformation Phases 2 and 3: information, guidance, and resources to support detailed course and unit development A large number of Departments across the University have started Phase 2 and 3 Curriculum Transformation activity, working hard towards making their newly refreshed
The Future Fit Framework is an introductory guide to teaching and learning for sustainability in HE.
This report summarises how the University of Brighton used student engagement activities and embedded credited volunteering activities into their curriculum to incorporate citizenship and sustainability into their courses.
The NUS has identified a key set of sustainability skills that employers are looking for in their graduate employees. How many do you already have in your course?
Developed by the Department for Sustainability at the NUS to showcase best practice in the incorporation of sustainability in UK further and higher education courses.
This unit develops citizenship in our students, and was a Teaching Development Fund project by Gan Shermer and Stephen Bromfield.
Download this summary of how the unit develops sustainability skills in our students summarised here.
Download this guide to a PGT programme which covers a large number of sustainability issues relating to corporate social responsibility whilst exploring the challenges of ensuring sustainability in managing firms.
Download a summary of the range of teaching activities in the School of Management that embed sustainability in the curriculum, relating to one or more of the three pillars of sustainability: economic, social and environmental.