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Wednesday, June 8 • 9:00am - 4:30pm
Workshop: Perspectives on Sustainability in Higher Education: Inviting and Leveraging Change (9:00 - 4:30) LIMITED

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There’s increasing belief that higher education has a responsibility to prepare graduates to live and lead sustainably. This workshop focuses on ways to create change in higher education to align more closely with sustainability goals.

In this workshop, Vivian and Janet will juxtapose two ways of thinking about sustainability to stimulate dialogue and reflection.

Workshop participants will:
  • Review visions of sustainability and models of education for sustainable development;
  • Explore the ways that these visions and models are reflected in real world initiatives and programs; and
  • Apply these ideas to your own institutional contexts and roles.

Participants will come away with a blueprint for embodying sustainability through teaching practice and course design, and for making change at their institution.

Presenters
Vivian Neal, Educational Consultant, Teaching and Learning Centre, Simon Fraser University
Janet Pivnick, Educational Consultant, Teaching and Learning Centre, Simon Fraser University

Speakers
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Vivian Neal

Educational Consultant, Simon Fraser University
Education for Sustainability
JP

Janet Pivnick

Educational Consultant, Teaching and Learning Centre, Simon Fraser University
SFU


Wednesday June 8, 2016 9:00am - 4:30pm
Carrera Conference Room (Third Floor)

Attendees (4)