Education for Sustainability Immersion
For those already have a strong foundation in Education for Sustainability, our two-day Immersion will provide you with the opportunity to reflect, learn, and collaborate with a small group of colleagues from across the country in a residential, retreat-like setting here at Shelburne Farms. The Immersion has a design studio feel with participants self-directing much of their work with a few inspirational speakers and workshops/explore times.
We limit participation in this program to 16 participants in order to create a more intimate atmosphere for reflection and peer-to-peer feedback as we explore topics of interest proposed by the participants. Expect to take a deep dive into such topic areas as place-based education, social justice, systems-thinking, or other topics in the field of Education for Sustainability that are important to you. This course is action-oriented with an expectation at the end that each participant has a solid project or curriculum to implement. Programming begins on the first day and continues into the evening, and then concludes mid-afternoon of the second day.
Cost $375, includes meals and accommodations, excludes graduate credits. Limited to 15 participants.
Optional 1 graduate credit for an additional fee of $185 paid directly to Johnson State College/Northern Vermont University.
Registration required. Scholarships are available for the course fee, graduate credits are not covered. Please fill out the scholarship application prior to registering for the program.
For program and graduate credit questions, please contact Jen Cirillo, [email protected] or 802-985-0315.
For registration and scholarship questions, please contact Amy Rougier, [email protected] or 802-985-0302.
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