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Analyzing the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Club Programs Connecting with the Local Communities' Organizations in Elementary and Middle Schools
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Analyzing the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Club Programs Connecting with the Local Communities' Organizations in Elementary and Middle Schools
SON, Yeon-A;
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 Abstract
This study is to analyze the local community-connected Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) programs that 17 clubs' students and teachers developed and implemented for their ESD club activities in elementary and middle schools. For this study, ESD elements in the programs are analyzed and the way of connection between the local communities' organizations and the ESD clubs is inquired. The process of ESD club activities is also analyzed and the change of students after the local community-connected ESD club activities is examined. Finally, the way of dissemination to local communities after ESD club activities is inquired. This study is to contribute to the practice of the local community-connected ESD in a way that develops core competencies in elementary and middle school students that will allow them to build a sustainable future in local communities.
 Keywords
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD);The local community-connected ESD;
 Language
Korean
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