The Sustainability and Stories project provides schools and educators with access to online sustainability teaching resources.
The project centres on the use of children’s stories to promote education for sustainable development (ESD) as well as other teaching ideas and whole school approaches.
We have also tailored resources for small island developing states (SIDS), to align with local frameworks.
Sustainability and Stories is run by a team of educators, alumni and students from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, with support from the MGSE Innovation Funding Scheme and the DHB Foundation.
Our goal is to provide schools and educators with a curated selection of free teaching resources that promote education for sustainable development (ESD). We have also tailored resources for small island developing states (SIDS) to align with local frameworks.
This includes children’s stories and lesson plans about sustainability, a curated range of teaching resources, and ideas for whole school approaches to sustainability. These resources are free to access, and designed to provide inspiration for promoting sustainable practices at a personal, classroom school and/or community level.
What is Education for Sustainable Development?
ESD in small island developing states
In collaboration with the University of Melbourne's International Literacy Project, our team is available to facilitate online Zoom classes with primary school students using stories to promote awareness about sustainability.
If you are interested in arranging a session please email: email@example.com.