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What does LfS stand for?
LfS stands for Learning for Sustainability
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We have 135 other meanings of LfS in our Acronym Attic
- Large Field Socialization (dog training technique)
- Large File Support
- Large File System
- Large Format Store
- Laser Fence Sensor
- Lateral Flow Strip
- Law Firm Services (various locations)
- Lead Free Slug (small caliber ammunition)
- Leadership, Friendship, Service (motto)
- League of Filipino Students
- Legacy Financial System (US EPA)
- Legion of Fallen Souls (gaming clan)
- Lexus Financial Service (various locations)
- Li-Fraumeni Syndrome (cancer predisposition syndrome)
- Libertarian Futurist Society (political foresight group)
- Licensed Financial Services Division
- Lifelong Friendship Society (Brooklyn, NY)
- Linux Filesystem Standard
- Linux from Scratch
- Live for Speed (computer racing simulation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Systematically increasing the professional level of employees by implementing training courses * transformation and implementation of the courses in e-learning and distance learning for sustainability acquired knowledge * implementation strategy developed human resources management in all areas of human resources of the company.
Learning for sustainability in times of accelerating change (pp.
The NAP proposes a transformative approach to education, with the stated aim of "achieving a culture of sustainability in which teaching and learning for sustainability are reinforced by continuous improvement in the sustainability of campus management" (Department of the Environment Water Heritage and the Arts, 2009, p.
According to Paul Perkins, Chair of the National Environmental and Education Council, Dovers' perspective is 'a seminal contribution to the literature on learning for sustainability, a truly comprehensive analysis of the issues and policy implications.
The fact that the modules are designed, delivered and evaluated using principles of learning for sustainability (Tilbury, Stevenson, Fien, & Schreuder, 2002) better ensures a robustness of approach across the program.
This momentum is somewhat reflected in the recently revised national school curriculum, which includes significant mention of the importance of students' learning for sustainability but stops short of making it mandatory (Ministry of Education, 2007).
Tooth (2008) found that when he applied a social ecology approach in values education by using a "nesting systems model", that is, a model that focused on using a mix of environmental narrative and deep reflection to create attentive and emotional connections between self, others and place, then learning for sustainability occurred.