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Title: Crossing boundaries – competence-based learning for sustainable development in a virtual mobility setting
Authors: De Kraker, Joop
Cörvers, Ron
Ivens, Wilfried
Lansu, Angelique
Van Dam-Mieras, Rietje
Keywords: sustainable development
competences
higher education
e-learning
virtual mobility
Issue Date: Jul-2007
Citation: De Kraker, J., Cörvers, R., Ivens, W., Lansu, A. & Van Dam-Mieras, R. (2007, July). Crossing boundaries – competence-based learning for sustainable development in a virtual mobility setting. Paper presented at the 4th World Environmental Education Congress, Durban, South Africa.
Abstract: To contribute effectively to sustainable development, professionals should have the competence to communicate and collaborate across the traditional boundaries of, for example, discipline, nation, or culture. Important ingredients of competence-based learning environments for sustainable development are therefore cross-boundary contexts and group work, with international student mobility as a prerequisite. An alternative to costly physical mobility schemes in higher education is ‘virtual mobility’, using e-learning environments that allow time and place independent communication and collaboration at low cost. Two successful examples of competence-based learning environments for sustainable development in a virtual mobility setting are presented and their perspectives discussed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/2375
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