About interactive education and how you can get “the practice” into your lesson.
“Unesco’s educational ambition is integrated in our curriculum.”
However, it is clear that sustainability is necessary in education and that there also needs to be continuous collaboration between the various parties involved.
“We are already doing a lot at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, but we don’t talk to each other very much about what we are doing exactly. It’s good to share those stories with each other.”
“We have gone through a difficult period. Now our 100-day survey shows that first-year students are more positive about our university of applied sciences than in the year before. I’m proud of that.”
About global citizenship, personal attention and where our energy should go.
The Hague Summer School welcomed students from all over the world, to work on global challenges and at the same time explore the city.
“We want to make students aware of who they are and what they want to contribute to sustainable development throughout the world.”
“Germany offers our students many opportunities. It would be unfortunate if that went unnoticed.”
‘Because you’ve got to figure out your own path to the future and that will also mean finding and listening to your own voice. In the end, I think that’s the most important thing.’