Finger Lakes Project sustainability curriculum development workshop

A specialized faculty training program to support sustainability curriculum development
Developing 21st century leaders who understand their roles and responsibilities as global citizens requires a big-picture, “systems” approach to problem-solving, so faculty are responding to the need to infuse considerations of sustainability into courses within their academic discipline. Integrating less familiar knowledge domains within one’s disciplinary curricula – teaching “outside the lines” - requires specialized training and support. The Finger Lakes Project workshop provides interested faculty with that specialized sustainability curriculum development support.

Finger Lakes Project

Sustainability Curriculum Development Workshop

"Preparing Our Students for the 21st Century through Sustainability Education"

Thursday, May 25  - Friday,  May 26, 2017   
Wells College, Aurora NY 13026

In this 1-and-1/2-day interactive training workshop, you will:
• Deepen your understanding of Education for Sustainability (EfS)
• Receive coaching on developing outcome-based lesson plans that integrate sustainability education into your curriculum
• Learn wha tyou need to know to integrate content from all three "pillars" of sustainability education (social justice, science and economics) into classes in any discipline.
• Explore curriculum models that integrate diverse modalities into age-appropriate, engaging, content-rich and complex learning. 

Early Bird Workshop fee (including all meals and workshop materials)  $100  (must register by May 10)
Workshop fee for Wells College community members (faculty, staff, students) and affiliates: $25 (must register by May 10)
Regular Workshop fee (including all meals and workshop materials)   $150  (rate good from May 11 -17)

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On-campus lodging is available for $65 single occupant room per person per night; $90 double occupant room per night

Collegiate educators (including Wells community members and affiliates): Register for the 2017 Finger Lakes Project workshop
K-12 educators:
Register for the 2017 Finger Lakes Project workshop (using My Learning Plan

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The 2017 Finger Lakes Project is a collaborative endeavor among:

  • Wells College Center for Sustainability and the Environment
  • TST BOCES (Tompkins - Seneca - Tioga)

 The 2017 Finger Lakes Project workshop is made possible – and kept affordable - through the generous support of the Jephson Educational Trust.

Wells College promises a relevant liberal arts and sciences education. Intellectually challenging. Reinterpreted for today. Classroom teaching combined with hands-on learning. Wells graduates enter the world prepared for successful futures.

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