Empowering sustainable transformation through curriculum

A new report by Times Higher Education and Stand Your Truth explores how curriculum design can support student success and progress towards a more sustainable future

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Stand Your Truth
9 Jul 2024
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Discover how Stand Your Truth promotes societal progress through education

Resilience, mindfulness and emotional well-being are increasingly recognised in society, reflecting a global recognition of the often overwhelming and competitive nature of 21st-century life. Universities are adapting their teaching, training and support environments to prioritise resilience and effective communication, bolstering student well-being and academic achievement.

Meanwhile, populations are tackling the growing impact of the climate crisis, using the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a framework to achieve lasting impact and empower individuals to engage with the challenge of sustainability.

Times Higher Education partnered with Stand Your Truth to explore the relationship between curriculum, individual empowerment and the SDGs.

Download the full report here.

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