E-Learning Educators for Sustainable Development (eESD)

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E-Learning Educators for Sustainable Development (eESD)
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ETEC 510
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Instructor: Christine Stewart
Andrew Lemon
Lisa Allen
E Danielle Norris
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Welcome to eESD, a knowledge sharing and building resource for e-learning educators with a passion for sustainable development. Originally created by four UBC MET students, the aim of this site to act as an arena for e-learning educators in British Columbia's secondary school system to engage one another in the development of ESD resources for e-learning environments. eESD is as much of a resource sharing site as it is an interactive community. By engaging in this site, e-learning educators will become a part of a personally and educationally transformative process.

Curriculum

Instructions: Here, teachers will find a series of lesson plans to further education in environmental sustainability in their classrooms. This is a place where secondary school teachers can use the lesson plans listed, post new lesson plans to the page and edit and revise existing lesson plans. Should a teacher use, post or revise any plan listed on this page, it is crucial that the teacher summarize their experience with the plan or reason for editing the existing plan in the Discussion tab of the wiki. The Discussion page is a place were teachers can share information related to environmental sustainability lesson plans and build on the resources listed in this wiki.

Subject Areas


Campus

Instructions: Here, teachers will find a series of lesson plans that incorporate the utilization of environmental sustainability on campus. This is a place where secondary school teachers can use the lesson plans listed, post new lesson plans to the page and edit and revise existing lesson plans. Should a teacher use, post or revise any plan listed on this page, it is crucial that the teacher summarize their experience with the plan or reason for editing the existing plan in the Discussion tab of the wiki. The Discussion page is a place were teachers can share information related to environmental sustainability lesson plans and build on the resources listed in this wiki.

Facilities

Community

Instructions: Here, teachers will find a series of lesson plans that focus on how environmental sustainability is being embraced at the community-level. This is a place where secondary school teachers can use the lesson plans listed, post new lesson plans to the page and edit and revise existing lesson plans. Should a teacher use, post or revise any plan listed on this page, it is crucial that the teacher summarize their experience with the plan or reason for editing the existing plan in the Discussion tab of the wiki. The Discussion page is a place were teachers can share information related to environmental sustainability lesson plans and build on the resources listed in this wiki.

Clean-Up Campaigns

Culture

Instructions: Here, teachers will find a series of lesson plans that incorporate the study of culture. Specifically, lesson plans found here will focus on how cultures from around the world incorporate/ do not incorporate environmental sustainability. This is a place where secondary school teachers can use the lesson plans listed, post new lesson plans to the page and edit and revise existing lesson plans. Should a teacher use, post or revise any plan listed on this page, it is crucial that the teacher summarize their experience with the plan or reason for editing the existing plan in the Discussion tab of the wiki. The Discussion page is a place were teachers can share information related to environmental sustainability lesson plans and build on the resources listed in this wiki.