Introduction to Sustainable Classrooms
July 8 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT
Join Urban Green Lab for professional development including lessons, projects, and partner resources on how to incorporate sustainable living into the classroom. Inspire your students to ensure a better quality of life for all, now and into the future.
- Define sustainability and the three pillars
- Understand the key issues sustainable practices address
- Review Sustainable Classrooms curriculum and Home Investigations
- Receive community resources and green schools programs
Diana Andrew, MS, Assistant Director of Programs, Urban Green Lab
FREE for public school teachers.
Recipient of the 2019 Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award and CNM’s 2019 Salute to Excellence Innovation in Action Award, Urban Green Lab’s Sustainable Classrooms program trains teachers how to incorporate sustainable living education into their classrooms for professional development credit. Sustainable Classrooms offers year-round STEAM-focused trainings for K-12 public and private school teachers in Middle Tennessee, with topics ranging from energy and water conservation, to food waste, solid waste and litter management, transportation and the built environment, and air quality. Materials include standards-aligned lessons, student-led home investigations, and a project utilizing 21st century skills, social-emotional learning, and project based learning.