Capacity Building for Addressing SDGs through Curriculum and Pedagogy Innovation in TVET

Project: Research project

Project Details


Dr Margarita Pavlova, Director of the UNEVOC Center (Hong Kong), won a competitive grant under a new UNEVOC Network Coaction Initiative by the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Center, Bonn for the purposes of knowledge transfer. The project aims to build the capacity of TVET practitioners and TVET leaders (including government officials) about the issue of greening TVET and, in particular, the curriculum. The team led by Dr Pavlova will provide training to TVET educators from Shenzhen and Hangzhou, China, Mongolia, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia and Nigeria using online resources that support problem-oriented, project-based pedagogy that is learner-centered. Resources were developed through the GRF and subsequent CRAC projects. These resources have been successfully used in pilot initiatives with different groups of TVET leaders and practitioners across the Asia-Pacific region, including Hong Kong. Participants will engage in active learning and develop local case studies to contextualize resources that can be used for future training and teaching on green economic restructuring and greening societies in their countries.

Funding Source: Non-HK - Others^^
Effective start/end date22/02/2215/06/22


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