GTI FORUM


Frameworks

Part 1

Educating for the
Future We Want

Stephen Sterling

Opening Essay

Ten Ways Forward

Guy Dauncey

Defying Hidebound
Institutions

Richard Falk

Educator, Educate Thyself

Frank Fischer & Alan Mandell

Justice in the
Sustainability Curriculum

Bonn Juego

Embracing
Epistemological Pluralism

Kathleen Kesson

Focus on Collective Learning

Alexander Lautensach

Pedagogies of
Resistance

Johnny Lupinacci

A New Agenda
for Higher Ed

David Orr

From Classrooms
to Social Movements

Blake Poland

How Does Culture Shape Education?

Iveta Silova, Hikaru Komatsu, & Jeremy Rappleye

Liberating the
Captured Imagination

Vandana Singh

A Pedagogy for Life

Rajesh Tandon

The Power of
Transgressive Learning

Arjen Wals

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Practices

Part 2

Rethinking the
"Pedagogy of
the Oppressed"

Biko Agozino

Educating for
Well-Being

Timothy Bedford

A Learning Revolution
in Mexico

Gabriel Cámara

Big History for
Big Learning

David Christian

Welcome to the
Educational Pluriverse

John Foran

Teaching
Environmental
Teachers

Kim Fortun

Transformative
MOOCs in Action

Mike Gismondi

Lessons from
Transition Design

Terry Irwin

The University
of Movements

Michael Karlberg

Cultivating a
Sustainability Mindset

Isabel Rimanoczy

Fostering Sustainability
Leaders

John Robinson

Civic Intelligence 101

Doug Schuler

Co-Creative Classrooms

Anne Snick

A Values-Centered
Educational Journey

Mary Evelyn Tucker

Why Integrated
Learning Matters

A.R. Vasavi

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The times call for pedagogies that cultivate integrated knowledge and global citizenship, yet we continue to educate for a world we don’t want. In the long term, we need educational systems aligned with new imperatives, while in the near term offering innovate curricula and teaching within existing systems. The forward-looking educators on this Forum’s panels—Frameworks and Practices—probe each of these fronts.


Core GT Texts

JTE

The emergence of an organic planetary civilization has become both possible and necessary. What would it look like? How do we get there?

gtessay

The classic essay on our planetary moment, global scenarios, and pathways to a just, fulfilling, and sustainable future.