Dr Dana Kapitulčinová (Charles University Environment Centre on behalf of ENOAT) describes the workshops on teaching methods in agriculture education held by ENOAT at their annual meetings
Ilse Rottiers (Ecocampus, Flemish Government) talks about the Thematic Learning Network initiative and the need for providing university educators a space to enhance their teaching competences in ESD.
Prof Gerd Michelsen (Leuphana University of Lüneburg) reflects on the four key success points of the professional development initiative: addressing the real needs of educators, creating a good atmosphere, offering a discussion space and creating a network of colleagues interested in ESD.
Prof Elena Dimitrova (University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy) identifies the drivers and principles of this professional development initiative. She talks about the importance of creating an informal atmosphere that invites colleagues to ask questions and share good practice.
Dr Dzintra Iliško (Daugavpils University) reflects on the action research process of their project and identifies the success stories and lessons learned.
Vicky Malotidi (MIO-ECSDE) explains the origins of the MedUnNet and stresses that one of the key successes of the initiative was the opportunity offered to university educators to connect with teachers from different educational levels in both formal and non-formal education.
Dr Alex Ryan (University of Gloucestershire) explains the structure and content of the online platform of resources.