Holding diverse institutions accountable for a shared commitment for sustainable action
2021-04-19 19:37:18 UTCThis fall the Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light, an Indiana organization, https://hoosieripl.org/ will host a Climate Summit. Our current focus is on reducing energy usage and increasing energy efficiency. I am looking for examples and/or recommendations of tools we might use to hold the institutions accountable and increase the probability that they will indeed follow-through on the shared commitments made during the Summit. A state proclamation will be developed as part of the event to hand over to policymakers, use with the media, etc. Thanks in advance for any assistance you might provide!
Re: Use of CBSM in K16 Education
2021-02-18 22:50:03 UTCThank you, Jay. These resources and examples are very helpful.
Use of CBSM in K16 Education
2021-02-15 18:23:56 UTCHi Everyone, As K-12 schools and teacher preparation try to integrate education for sustainability in their curriculum, they use learner-centered pedagogies, such as problem-based learning, community-based learning, and experiential learning. An approach that is commonly used involves having students identify an environmental challenge at their school or school grounds, campuses, and/or in the community and then to propose solutions for addressing it. I am looking for examples, papers, or other information about ways in which behavioral change information and tools, such as CBSM, have been introduced and used with students in these types of projects. Thank you in advance for any information you might share.
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