Sustainability in schools and education means running educational institutions in a sustainable way - taking care of resources, a safe and healthy work and learning environment, being climate neutral and being aware of environmental impacts, but it can be much more.
Occupational hygiene can mean much more than "just" hygiene - but in times of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, hygiene itself gains very high importance. Find a selection of examples of good practice from our database dealing with this topic.
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are one of the most common work-related ailments. They affect millions of workers. MSDs are causing workers to leave the workforce early, which is a human and a financial burden.
But the numbers of MSDs among children and adolescents as well as young workers are also already worryingly high.
This UNESCO project on AI consists of three independent but complementary strands: AI and the Future of Learning, Guidance for Generative AI in education and research, and AI Competency Frameworks for Students and Teachers. The project is supported by the Tomorrow Advancing Life Education Group (TAL) of China, a long-term partner of UNESCO and one of the sponsors of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Education.
This course will help you improve your digital competencies to efficiently teach with/for AI and integrate it into your classes. Working in teams, doing personalized projects and learning through direct experience with different AI tools, this hands-on course combines academic high-level knowledge even with some cultural discoveries.
Researchers and practitioners working in the field of occupational safety and health can now submit abstracts for the International Conference Working on Safety (WOS) 2024 in Dresden which will take place from 22 - 25 September 2024 at the DGUV Congress Centre. The submission deadline for the abstracts is 29 February 2024.