Sustainable Education for Middle-Aged and Elderly: Learning to Know, Learning to do for Sustainable Living
Keywords:Sustainable education, Modern adult education, Top-down sustainability education, Remote education, Symbol
etc. Resulting in new and popular symbols. While these are convenient for young people, but many middle-aged and elderly people are forced to be blind because of these new, unfamiliar and fragmented symbols, making it difficult for them to learn to know and learn to do for sustainable living, discussing the changes in P.C.R through 2013-2023." Our vision is to transform lives through education, recognizing the important role of education as a main driver of development" (Mundial, G.B.&UNICEF, 2016). The middle-aged and elderly can join sustainable development by changing their behaviors and coping with life through education, not just formal education in schools, but also 'modern' adult education( that combines individual and collective experiences in a contextual way) for the technological age, and online course that allow the middle-aged and elderly to increase the accessibility and availability of information, as well as to integrate sustainable knowledge in an easily understandable way. This paper expands on the target group for sustainable education and how to make the information more accessible and acceptable to middle-aged and elderly in new, unfamiliar and fragmented symbols and to educate as a top-down sustainability education for next generation.
Keywords: Sustainable education、Modern adult education、Top-down sustainability education、Remote education、Symbol
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