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Climate change is not taken as serious issue in Africa and we’re having also these problems because people are civilised about this climate change.
what is not yet known about a topic (in this case, climate change in Southern Africa).
-Although cross cutting issues are part of the syllabi, how and what cross cutting issues are being addressed is not known.
-The follow up of cross cutting issues being assessed is not done.
-Entrepreneurship is in existence but does not include prevention of environmental degradation in business plans.
-The general knowledge that relates to co-existence with other organisms and nature is not emphasised.
Use these videos to review what is currently included in your TE/TVET subject curricula on climate change in southern Africa, what is missing, and how you can review your curriculum to improve it.
-The curriculum must specify the cross cutting issues to be address by each study area in my TE.
-Suggested methodology to cover the cross cutting issues would be of help.
-Follow ups of whether the cross cutting issues are being covered and being included in the assessment schemes.
We need to work as a team to have ESD and the education sector should be in fore front to teach people mostly young for the betterment of tomorrow of this Earth. If we stand as one we can change and bring the climate to it’s origin but sometimes money makes things to be spoiled hence people are destroying the environment with interest of money. But together we can.