Heightened urgency about the question of the earth’s survival has generated increased attention to how to teach sustainability across the curriculum. The business language course, positioned at the nexus of business and the humanities, is the ideal environment for bringing to bear perspectives from multiple disciplines on questions around sustainability. This article examines the notion of “sustainability pedagogies” framed within three key aspects of sustainability education noted in the scholarship: interdisciplinarity, transformative learning, and experiential learning. In each of these areas, we provide an example of how the sustainability pedagogies can be implemented in business language courses.
Gonglewski, Margaret and Helm, Anna H.
"Sustainability Pedagogies for the Business Language Classroom,"
Global Business Languages: Vol. 19
, Article 2.
Available at: http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/gbl/vol19/iss1/2