Promoting Professional Development and Best Practice in EE
Environmental Stewardship in Washington, DC
Date and Time:
Thursday, March 5, 2020, 8:30am to 3:30pm
Re-imagine your campus as a laboratory for applied sustainability education! Explore how EcoRise curriculum, resources, and grant funds can be used to increase student engagement and cultivate eco-literacy and student innovation on your campus.
Through hands-on professional development, teachers will develop the skills and tools that they need to help their students evaluate sustainability issues related to energy, transportation, waste, water, food, air, and public spaces. In addition, teachers will access EcoRise's Sustainable Intelligence and Design Studio curricula to empower their students to design effective, measurable solutions to solve sustainability challenges on campus, through scientific inquiry, eco-audits, and student driven grant funds for green campus projects.
This workshop is free and open to current K-12 teachers within the DC Metro Area. All content areas are welcome!
EcoRise teachers have access to the Sustainable Intelligence Program through the generous support of D.C. Public Schools and Salesforce.
Thank you to Perkins Eastman for hosting this event!
How to Register:
Please visit https://dmv-spring-training.eventbrite.com to RSVP and learn more.