to Dec 31

Free Online Course: Introduction to Sustainability

“Introduction to Sustainability” is a new, free online course I developed in partnership with Kappa Delta Pi, the co-publisher of my book, Reframing the Curriculum: Design for Social Justice and Sustainability. The course, which is based upon the book, provides free excerpts and learning opportunities in an open-enrollment, self-paced format.

  • Audience: The course introduces sustainability from a transdisciplinary perspective, making it appropriate for people from a range of fields. For educators, the courses presents sustainability as a context for learning, highlights connections across grades and disciplines, and provides strategies for reframing curriculum to emphasize these connections.

  • Format: With activities, videos, discussions, off-line projects, and guided curriculum design, the course engages adult learners in an integrative and reflective learning experience that emphasizes practical applications.  Register now.

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4:30 PM16:30

Panel: Equity as a Critical Component in Sustainability

In this panel, featured at the Green Schools National Conference, I will focus on the often-neglected equity dimension of sustainability by clarifying its meaning, examining its connections to other dimensions of sustainability, and highlighting the work of districts that are implementing equity initiatives to improve access and opportunity for all students.

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6:00 PM18:00

Webinar: Introduction to Sustainability

“Sustainability” is a frequently used but commonly misunderstood term. While it’s typically associated with environmental concerns (such as recycling), sustainability is actually a broader issue rooted in concepts such as democracy, community, and equity.

In this webinar, presented in partnership with Kappa Delta Pi (my book’s co-publisher), I will provide an overview of sustainability that goes beyond environmental issues, emphasizing clear ways to communicate about the concept to a range of audiences.

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