Sustainability: Rights, Values, Perspectives and Behaviours
This course will help you get to know yourself as you explore what you value, what other people value, and which values and behaviours will work to sustain the Earth. Taking the example of the School Strike for Climate to protect people’s rights to a sustainable future, we examine:
The cause students are striking for, and what they hope to achieve;
The groups involved and their points of view, values, and perspectives;
The consequences of the strikes; and
Whether they are achieving their purpose.
SOURCE: Rosa Woods, Stuff (https://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/wellington/111298009/tens-of-...)
Note to new students: current students may be finishing an internal during the first week of term. You will be able to do some self-directed learning on sustainability at this time.
AS 91043 Social Studies: Describe a social justice and human rights action
Credits: 4, Level 1Internal
Level 1 Literacy: Yes Level 1 Numeracy: No
AS 90813 Education for Sustainability: Demonstrate understanding of how different personal values have implications for a sustainable future
3 credits (Internal)
AS 91733 Demonstrate understanding of initiatives that contribute to a sustainable future
4 Credits (External)