Education for Sustainability

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Sustainability, the challenge of meeting “the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” (Brundtland Report, 1987), is a multi-faceted concept that impacts our daily lives, engages our students, and can enrich any classroom curriculum.

On the last day of Valencia College’s annual professional development program Destination, the 2017 Education for Sustainability: A Transformative Learning Experience Track participated in a gallery walk showcasing their sustainability-infused lesson plans, which they worked on over the course of the 5-week experience. We are excited to share their completed lesson plans with you and hope that they inspire meaningful ways to incorporate sustainability into your curriculum as well.

A.J. Lash – SYG 2000 Introduction to Sociology

A. J. Lash

Christopher Swafford – DIG 200C Introduction to Digital Media and Design

Christopher Swafford

Dana Hankins – PLA 2800C Family Law

Dana Hankins

Deana Kalakay – MAN 2021 Principals of Management

Deana Kalakay

Debby Fahey – NUR 1401C NURSING III (Pediatrics, Mother/Baby, Women’s Health)

Debby Fahey

Donna Brown – ENC 0027 Developmental Reading and Writing II

Donna Brown

Faulys Ponceano – MAT 0022C Developmental Math Combined

Faulys Ponceano

Frank Maier – MAT 0022C Developmental Math Combined

Frank Maier

James Vrhovac – ENC 1101 Freshman Composition I

James Vrhovac

Jim Belcher – EVR 1001 Environmental Science

Jim Belcher

Peter Furlong – PHI 2600 Ethics and Critical Thinking

Peter Furlong

Radu Bunea – ETS 12100C Introduction to Photonics

Radu Bunea

Richard Williams – SLS 1122 New Student Experience

Richard Williams

Shahin Kanani – BSC 1020 Human Biology

Shahin Kanani

Steven Browdy – MAC 1105 College Algebra

Steven Browdy

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