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The Sustainability Education Summer Institute 2011 will be held July 25-27, 2011 at IslandWood in Seattle, USA. SESI is a rich and vibrant opportunity for K-12 teachers and administrators and teacher education faculty and administrators to deepen their knowledge of education for sustainability (EfS) and apply it to their schools and programs.  

We’re currently soliciting proposals for sessions to fit within the following themes:

  • Introduction to Sustainability Education
  • Curriculum Integration: How to Bring Sustainability into the Classroom in a Real Way
  • Connecting Community & Education: Closing the Loop with the Neighborhood
  • Sustainability Education and Systems Thinking

Full descriptions of these themes are available on the web at: http://islandwood.org/sesi

If you are interested in leading a session that would help other educators further understand these areas, head over to the website and click on the “Request for Proposals” link on the left.

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Hello, I am interested in this conference. What do I need to join this?

Regards,
Dinesh koirala.dinesh@gmail.com

Hello Dinesh,

 

Thank you for your interest in the Sustainability Education Summer Institute. To learn more about attending, please visit the website: http://islandwood.org/sesi.

 

Best regards,

Dave

This is very important event just bad that it is far from where I am.  I am teaching in Africa, Botswana but we do alot of telecollation with American schools. 

 

Cheers,

 

Tommie Hamaluba

tommiehamaluba@yahoo.com

Keep checking the website, http://islandwood.org/sesi, as the date approaches. I believe they are going to stream some of the sessions on the web.

 

Looks awesome... I tweeted it.  I have my own family experiential learning during that week but I think this sounds fabulous and will share with my educators. @weejan

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