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Sustainability & Social Justice in K-12 Schools | GSNN @ SXSW2020

SXSW Austin

Creating a culture of sustainability can instill joy and optimism at all levels in a K-12 school district. A commitment to sustainability from leadership can save costs and reduce ecological impacts; and enhance social, emotional, and physical health of all who work, learn and play in our schools. However, the potential impact on social justice […]

Sustainability Leadership: A Road Map for Driving Innovation Through the Triple Bottom Line

Old Donation School 4633 Honeygrove Rd, Virginia Beach

To all our registered attendees, we want to thank you for your patience as we have monitored the ever-evolving situation and tried to make the best decision in the interest of all of our stakeholders.  Some of you have already contacted me with your concerns.  Others of you have kept me aware of the changing […]

Webinar | Preparing Students for Green Careers

GSNN Online

Growth in careers within environmental and sustainability fields is expected to trend upward for the foreseeable future. It’s vital that educators prepare students to be leaders and innovators in these fields by equipping them with the skills needed to ideate, design, adapt, take risks, learn from mistakes, and collaborate with others. This webinar will feature […]

Webinar | Future Thinking PD Opportunities for Sustainability-Minded Teachers

GSNN Online

Looking for opportunities to deepen your understanding of education for sustainability? This webinar is for you! Presenters from Green Schools National Network, Center for Green Schools at USGBC, Envirolution, and The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education will provide an overview of professional development approaches, virtual resources, and upcoming workshops that are designed for future thinking K-12 educators who […]

Virtual PD Workshop: We All Live in a Watershed

GSNN Online

June 17 – 19, 2020 |12:00 – 4:00pm ET Middle School EducatorsFocused Topic: Watersheds This virtual PD workshop for middle school teachers explores the central role that water plays in all life. Over the course of three, four-hour sessions, attendees will take part in synchronous and asynchronous learning experiences that demonstrate how “We All Live in […]

Virtual PD Workshop: Pollinators All Around Us!

GSNN Online

  June 24 – 26, 2020 | 12:00 – 4:00pm ET Elementary School EducatorsFocused Topic: Pollinators This virtual PD session for elementary school teachers explores the diversity of pollinators that can be found in backyards, schoolyards, and parks. Over the course of three, four-hour sessions, attendees will learn how to translate their students’ observations into […]

Virtual PD Workshop: Addressing Environmental Justice for a Sustainable Future

GSNN Online

Walk away with the beginning design for a compelling project that you can use when school is back in session July 15 - 17, 2020 | 12:00 - 4:00pm ET High School EducatorsFocused Topic: Environmental Justice  This virtual PD workshop for high school teachers explores the implications of environmental pollution on our communities. Over the […]

“A Call to Action for Educational Leaders” Webinar Series

“A Call to Action for Educational Leaders” is a free, five-part webinar series designed by and for California education leaders. Based on our "Call to Action" tool, each session will illustrate how to support teachers in delivering culturally-responsive, multi-disciplinary, standards-based curriculum during the pandemic crisis and beyond.This new webinar series will give practical advice & effective strategies for education leaders […]

The School Campus as a 3-D Textbook for Sustainability Education

The School Campus as a 3-D Textbook for Sustainability Education Join us on Tuesday, October 20 at noon EST as Jennifer Seydel, PhD., Green Schools National Network hosts a panel of educators from Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS). VBCPS recognizes that the built environment, and everything that goes in the building, is integral to […]