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Teaching and Learning in the E2030 Agenda: Policy Dialogue

9-11 August, 2016
Raúl Prebisch Room, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), Santiago de Chile*

The UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in Latin America and the Caribbean, (OREALC/UNESCO Santiago) and the Center for Improvement, Experimentation and Pedagogical Research of the Ministry of Education of Chile, are organizing this meeting in the context of the 2030 Education Agenda (E2030) and its Framework for Action, adopted in November 2015.

Through policy dialogue on teaching and learning, the objective of the meeting is to share and disseminate latest information, experiences and contributions, and address the challenges of the region in these areas, bearing in mind the implementation of the E2030 Agenda.

The Sustainable Development Goal n°4 includes a renewed focus on effective learning and on the acquisition of skills relevant to sustainable development. It brings forward considerations on the relevance and significance of these learnings, both in terms of professional skills and techniques for a decent work and for a global citizenship. This approach requires a review of curricular frameworks, teaching and learning contents, pedagogy, teaching practices in the classroom and means of evaluations, highlighting key issues such as teacher training, professional development, leadership and management.

Video report of the meeting

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