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    Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations taking into consideration the society, environment, culture and economy which are intertwined. It aims at promoting gender equality and equity, cultural heritage, preservation of ecosystem and economic well being.
    As my country’s concern includes unemployment and poor social services,so, as teacher educators there is the need to develop a balanced and full curriculum that will incorporate practical skills, entrepreneurial skills, integration of culture and indigenous knowledge for economic, social and environmental projection.

    dludluin
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    I was interested in the video reports on the Zimbabwe sustainability starts with teacher change projects peer review meeting hosted in Harare in 2019.The video states clear how they reviewed their change projects to be in line with National policies and strategies; how ESD could be incorporated into curriculum and how it encouraged training of teachers in assessment of competences. I was inspired by this because my change project will focus on initiating skill based curriculum which will contribute to the curriculum transformation thus promoting quality education in teacher’s colleges; resulting in the innovation of skills in teaching and learning.

    dludluin
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    Hi everyone. My name is Irene Dludlu a lecturer at William Pitcher Teacher Training College in Eswatini. I am very excited to be part of this programme which I believe it has come at the right time of need. I joined this programme in order to be empowered and relevant in the acquisition of knowledge and skills on the issues of Education for Sustainable development.Our society is dynamic so we need to be relevant and pro-active in addressing cross cutting issues which touch upon the lives of different individuals.
    My change project- will focus on initiating skill based curriculum which will contribute to the curriculum transformation in the institution.

    dludluin
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    Hi everyone. My name is Irene Dludlu a lecturer at William Pitcher Teacher Training College in Eswatini. I am very excited to be part of this programme which I believe it has come at the right time of need. I joined this programme in order to be empowered and relevant in the acquisition of knowledge and skills on the issues of Education for Sustainable development.Our society is dynamic so we need to be relevant and pro-active in addressing cross cutting issues which touch upon the lives of different individuals.
    My change project- will focus on initiating skill based curriculum which will contribute to the curriculum transformation in the institution.

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