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Presentation From Heefa to SDG4: Learning Together for Change

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Presentation From Heefa to SDG4: Learning Together for Change

  1. 1. Sveriges universitets- och högskoleförbund The Association of Swedish Higher Education Learning Together For Change – Advancing Education for All through Higher Education Arusha, Tanzania 27–29 April 2015. Hosted by University of Dar es Salaam and the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology Opening with the Vice President of The United Republic of Tanzania, H.E. Dr. Mohamed Gharib Bilal
  2. 2. Background • The Association of Swedish Higher Education (SUHF) is an IAU member • SUHF wanted to contribute to the IAU project, Higher Education for Education For All (HEEFA) . • Early 2014, SUHF investigated the interest among Swedish universities to contribute to the project • Idea – to build on well established collaboration between Swedish universities and their African partners • Positive interest from members ( 15 out of 37 members participated in the event • SIDA promised some financial support
  3. 3. The event • The conference gathered some 160 participants • Among these were researchers and leaders from 15 Swedish and 24 African universities, from 14 different African countries
  4. 4. The event • Key notes from Zulmira Rodrigues (Head of the UNESCO Dar es Salaam Office and UNESCO Merle McOmbring-Hodges (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa) Catherine A. Odora Hoppers (DST/NRF SARCHI Chair in Development Education,University of South Africa) • Four different themes were covered in eight workshops Sustainability and Change Learning, Technology and Globalization Rights, Equality and Gender Quality a) Identify gaps and constraints to advance the theme b) Clarify the role of higher education by examples and practice c) Specify three actions that are important for the global agenda
  5. 5. Outcomes Arusha Declaration on Higher Education for Education for All www.learningforchange2015.com Conference report
  6. 6. Actions Theme 1: Sustainability and Change Action 1: Engage higher education stakeholders (e.g., educators, scholars, students, administrators) in the application of their knowledge, skills, and values toward the missions and goals of EFA and SDG. Action 2: Educate and engage the broader public (e.g., entrepreneurs, policy makers, the public at large) regarding the drivers of social, economic, political, and environmental change, and how the missions and goals of EFA and SDG may help meet local and global needs.
  7. 7. Actions Theme 2: Learning, Technology and Globalization Action 3: Identify effective pedagogical ICT tools for sustainable Pedagogical Learning Environments (PLE) at all educational levels, adjusted to an ever- changing digital world. Action 4: Support teachers’ transitions from lecturing to a collaborative engaging teaching style for a learning society.
  8. 8. Actions Theme 3: Rights, Equality and Gender Action 5: Implement awareness of the Convention of the Rights of the Child, especially from a holistic view, with the three P’s in mind (protection, provision and participation) into Higher Education, in order to strengthen the aspects of Global Civic/Citizenship Education, which is a vehicle in realizing and achieving EFA . Create awareness of CRC and gender inequalities among the various stakeholders in order to ensure equal rights in education at all levels. Action 6: Strengthen University-Community engagement and research dissemination to work together for change (collaborative knowledge production and implementation of research results).
  9. 9. Actions Theme 4: Quality Action 7: Guidelines for the promotion of cognitive justice and on inclusive pedagogy for multiple knowledge should be developed and reflected in policy documents for education in general as well as for teacher education. Action 8: Ensure necessary conditions for the realization of post-2015 goals through securing that data for quality assurance are relevant, well defined and reliable, and that necessary analytical capacities are at hand.

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