On October 8-11th, 2019, the 2nd Regional Workshop “Rethinking of Pedagogy for Implementation of Education for Sustainable Development in the Baltic University Program Countries” was held at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno (Belarus).
Tetiana Zabashtanska (Associate Professor of Marketing, PR-Technologies and Logistics Department), Kateryna Makson (Lecturer of the Department of Social Work) and Svitlana Hrytsai (specialist of the Department for job placement, practice and public relations) presented Chernihiv National University of Technology.
CNUT representatives introduced the results of the change project “Regional partnership platform “ESD in Chernihiv: locally connected-globally engaged”, within which the Forum “Sustainable Development Goals and Chernihiv Region” was arranged, new courses for specialties “Marketing” and “Social Work” were introduced, and the existing ones were updated, extracurricular activities for students were conducted.
The exchange of experience between representatives of higher education institutions of the Baltic University Network (Sweden, Lithuania, Poland, the Republic of Belarus and Ukraine) was an important part of the workshop.
As a result, we are planning to implement the principles of sustainable development in the educational process of Chernihiv National University of Technology, paying attention to the peculiarities of the development and functioning of countries and the search for practical solutions to the challenges in this field.
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