Foundations in Education for Sustainability

 Foundations in Education for Sustainability
Date: 
Monday, July 12, 2021 to Thursday, July 15, 2021
Time: 9-11:30am ET (GMT-4:00)
Event Type: 
Educator Workshop
Location: online
Fee: $250; Additional cost for 3 graduate credits

Sustainability can start in your classroom!  Now more than ever we are realizing the intersection of social and environmental justice and the fragility of the systems that support health and wellbeing.  In order to support students in exploring these connections, we invite you to join us for a new mini-course offered in partnership with the University of Vermont.  Together we’ll deepen our understanding of social-ecological systems, consider strategies for youth voice and agency, and practice change-making skills to transform the systems in which we work. 

Program without graduate credit meets July 12-15, Monday-Thursday, 9-11:30am ET, with 1-1.5 hours of asynchronous time

Program with 3 graduate credits meets July 6-August 13, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9am-12pm ET, and July 12-15, Monday-Thursday, 9-11:30am ET; additional asynchronous time and course work.

Foundations in Education for Sustainability is offered in partnership with the University of Vermont.

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Instructors

Jen Cirillo, Director of Professional Development, Shelburne Farms

Aimee Arandia Østensen, Professional Learning Facilitator, Shelburne Farms

Emily Hoyler, Professional Development Coordinator, Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education, University of Vermont

Courtney Mulcahy, School Programs Coordinator & Professional Learning Facilitator, University of Vermont

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Registration required; additional registration for graduate credit through the University of Vermont. 
Participant Fee: $250, excludes graduate credits. 

Scholarships may be available on a need-based scale. Please fill out the scholarship application prior to registering for the program.

Optional three graduate credits for an additional fee. $705 for in-state and $900 for out-of-state paid via Shelburne Farms; there are no refunds available for graduate credits. 

For program and graduate credit questions, please contact Jen Cirillo at [email protected] or 802-985-0315.

For registration and scholarship questions, please contact [email protected].


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