The CASE Knowledge Platform provides good practices, supportive tools & materials for cooperation. It supports the education of competencies for a sustainable development & sustainability-driven entrepreneurship.
Learning through civil society engagement by collectively tackling practical challenges. Service Learning or learning by engagement represents one of the most promising methods promoting Education for Sustainable Development. It is an alternative teaching approach where students are confronted with real-world problems and try to find solutions cooperating with partners such as communities, NGOs and companies.
Internal mutual learning experiences of entrepreneurial students within a course. Developing an idea into a business model is the core concept of entrepreneurial projects. Students can experience what it means to become an entrepreneur in a protected, playful, and realistic environment. In – ideally interdisciplinary – teams, they strive for tackling real-life problems through a business approach.
Interactive journey outside usual environment, complemented by a case study. A field trip is a journey to a place away from usual environment which is attended by a group of students. The purpose of the field trip is to provide insights and direct experience with real-life initiatives and activities in thematic accordance with the visited place.
Students experience working environments and can exchange with people on the job. An excursion is a trip by a group of people, in this case for educational purposes. As a teaching format, it provides alternative learning strategies for students, adding variety that is beneficial for both students and teachers.
The CASE Sustainability Performance Tool is a qualitative tool for recording and developing sustainability in companies and non-profit organizations. It provides a holistic overview of the interplay between business areas within companies and opens up opportunities to systematically identify and further develop sustainability potentials and challenges.
A tool to make individual competencies for sustainable development visible and to give support to further development. It assumes a holistic understanding of competence that includes values, knowledge and the ability to implement. The aim of the tool is to initiate reflection and dialogue processes on one’s own competencies and to motivate to develop the potentials further.