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Lesson Plans or Course Modules with an Earth Literacy and Sustainability Perspective

 



 Course Module or Lesson Plan by Discipline
 Course modules or lesson plans that include service-learning or civic engagement are in green, bold type
 
 

Name

Campus

Topic

L F
Karen Alvarez-Delfin Hialeah 1-Linking Cancer and Environment 1 1
  Hialeah 2-Climate Change 122  

Babatunde Amole

Kendall

1-Impact of Man on His Physical Environment 2 2

 

 

2-Justice For The Whole Community 3  

Catalina Aristizabal

Kendall

1-Biology and the Environment - Ecological Footprint - Tragedy of the Commons

4 3

 

 

2-Biology and the Environment- Current Topics

5  
    3-Biology and the Environment- Motivating People Toward Sustainability 6  
    4-Relationship Between Carbon Cycle and Energy Production 7  
    5-Seeing Systems-Biodiversity and Poverty 8  
    6-Food Labels 126  

John Barimo

Homestead

1-Sustainable Community Agriculture 9 4

Miriam del Campo

Kendall

1-Biology- Drinking Water that is Safe for Us and the Environment

10 5

Amaryllis Carmona

Kendall

1-Human Body, Health and the Environment

11 6

 

 

2-Human Health and the Environment

12  

Victoria Castells

Hialeah

1-Chemistry - Nuclear Chemistry and The Earth Charter

13 7

 

 

2-Chemistry - Water Chemistry: Potable Water and Acid Rain

14  
   

3-Chemistry - Nutrient Pollution

15  
    4-CO2 Emissions from Combustion of Fossil Fuels and Impact on Climate Change 16  
   

5-Organic Pollution-Green Chemistry

17  
   

6-Endocrine Disruptors_ Pollution Around the House

18  
   

7-Plastic Pollution

127  

Theresa Chromanski

Kendall

1- Systems Thinking 19 8

 

 

2- Power of Imagination 20  

 

 

3- Food Health Sustainability 21  

Janet Cusido

InterAmerican

1-Ethanol and Sustainability

22 9
Carlos G. Fernandez InterAmerican 1-Sustainability and Backcasting 23 10
    2-Household Film Food Wrapping and Environmental Sustainability 24  
Clemente Fernández North 1-LichensAndTheirRoleInCarbonAndBiogeochemicalCycles 25 11
    2-Lichens and their role in carbon and nitrogen biogeochemical cycles 26  
    3-Biological Nitrogen Fixation in the soil and its importance in a sustainable agriculture. 27  
    4-Lichen Systems 28  
    5-Biological Nitrogen Fixation and World Hunger 29  
    6- Bioremediation 30  
Rene Ferro InterAmerican 1-Climate Change Human Impact 31 12
    2-Climate Change, Energy, and Conservation 32  

David Finneran

Wolfson

1-Service Learning and Chemistry Outreach

33

13

Larry M Frolich

 

Wolfson

 

1-Anatomy and Physiology- Fit City

34

14

2-How Much is Enough Rockland? How Much is Enough Cement?

35

 
   

3-How Much is Enough Water?

36  
   

4-Urban Building Design in Favor of Human Quality of Life

123  

Sheila Gaby

Kendall

1-The Precautionary Principle, Governmental Rule-
    Making & the Preservation of Biological Diversity

37 15

Carol Groseclose

North

1-Biology-Wellness- Ingested Poisoning Mapping

38

16
    2-Biological Wellness: Lifestyle and Environmental Impact on Health 39  
    3-Poisonous Medicinal Plants Native to Florida 40  

Sandra Hersh

Kendall

1-Biology- Colonization Biology Plan for Incredibilia - Part A
   
Incredibilia  - Part B

41 17

Dennis Hipple

Kendall

1-Mangrove Ecology

42 18

 

 

2-Ground Water

43  

 

 

3-Climate Change

44  

 

 

4-Ecology Of A Hot Spring In Yellowstone National Park

45  

 

 

5- Life Made Possibly By Soil

46  

Avner Ittah

Kendall

1-Seeing Systems, Biotechnology

47 19

 

 

2-Environmental Sustainability and Bacteria

48  

Emilio Kenny

North

1- Biology-Everglades Restoration
2-Global Sustainability -Preparing and Presenting a Symposium

49 21
50

 

 

3-World Systems

51  

Tina Kuhn

North

1- Climate Change

52

22

Luis Labiste

North

1-Anatomy and Physiology- Everglades Water, Human Health

53 23
    2-Native Plants 54  

Joan Lee

Kendall

1-Chemical Reactions Solubility

55 24

 

 

2-Organic Farming

56  

Marisa Madison

Homestead Campus

1-Climate Change and Disease

124  

Lawrence Mailloux

Kendall

1-Chemistry-Atmospheric Pollution and the Ozone Layer

57 25

Don Maser

Wolfson

1-Biology- Threats to Biodiversity

58 26
   

2-Ecological Restoration & Sustainability

59  
   

3-Global Climate Change

60  
   

4-GMOs

61

 
   

5-Restoration Ecology and Conservation

62

 

Michael McGauley

 

1- Energy and South Florida

63 27

 

 

2- Mangroves

64  

 

 

3- Universe, Earth, Life

65  

Curtis McKinney

North

1-Earth Sciences - Everglades Water Testing

66 28

Kendra Merchant

Kendall

1-Recombinant DNA. Technology, Ethics, Regulations, and Solutions

67 29
   

2- Healthy Choices: GMO, Organic, or Conventional

130  

Christopher Migliaccio

 

Wolfson

 

1-Green Studies Immersion

68 30

2-Energy Project

69  
   

3- Earth Literacy Concept Map

70  
   

4-Shaping Water Ethic

71  

Meera Nair

Kendall

1-Biology-Antimicrobial Resistance

72 31

 

 

2- Role of Microbes in Sustainability of Ecosystems and Human Health

125  

Jorge Obeso

North

1- Biology - Genetically Modified Organisms

73 32

 

 

2-Biology - Using Library Resources

74  

 

 

3- Why Facts Do Not Work

75  

Alonso Pino

Kendall

1-Biology - Drinking Water that is Safe for Us and the Environment

76 33

 

 

2-Clean Power, Human Health

77  

 

 

3-Water Ethic

78  

 

 

4-Neutral Tissue--Water Quality--Lead Exposure

79  

 

 

5- Neurodevelopmental Disorders

80  

 

 

6- Heart Health: Nutritions and Sustainability

131  

Rosa Polanco-Paula

Kendall

1- Nutrition - World Hunger

81 34
 

 

2-Nutrition - Climate Change

82  
   

3-Food Waste

83  
   

4-Local, Sustainable Approach to Food

84  
   

5-Fighting For Resources

85  
   

6-Sustainable Affordable Eating

86  

Steve Ritter

North

1-Native Plant Nursery

87 35

 

 

2-Communication and Active Listening

88  

 

 

3-Examining Complexities Of Environmental Regulation Verdicts

89  

 

 

4- Climate Change

90  

 

 

5-Prescription Medication and Environmental Impact

91  

Rene Revuelta

IAC

1-The Value of Restoring Rock Pineland

92 36

 

 

2-Lesson Plan for PSC1515

93  

 

 

3-Virginia Key

94  

 

 

4-Seeing Systems OCE1001 and PSC1515

95  

 

 

5-Comining Global Sustainability and Earth Literacy Studies and SENCER

96  

 

 

6- Climate County

97  

 

 

7-Boom In Construction And Climate Change

98  

 

 

8-Native Americans The First Environmentalists

99  

 

 

9- Gulf and Atlantic Coasts of Florida

100  

 

 

10- Life In the Universe and the Earth Charter

101  

 

 

11-Earth Charter and Energy

102  

 

 

12-The Noise All Around Us

103  

 

 

13-The Nuclear Threat

128  

Nidia Romer

 

1- Food, Health, and Environment

129 46

Sandra Schultz

North

1-Wellness and the Organic Food Movement

104 37

2-Organic Food Position Paper

105

Saeed Shaikh

North

1-Electric Energy Sustainability

106 38

Mohammad Shakil

Hialeah

1- Using Sustainability Data To Teach Statistics Method via Excel and STATDISK Software

107 49

Gregory Smith

Hialeah

1- Ecotourism and Sustainability

108 40

 

 

2- Restoration

109  

Winston Strachan

North

1-Major Causes of Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere

110 41

Isaiah Urhoghide

North

1-Medicinal Plants

111

42

 

 

2-Seeing Systems: Climate Change

112

 

 

 

3-Environmental Systems and Ecosystem Ecology

113

 

Anthony Vinciguerra

North

1-Energy in the Natural Environment

114 43

Victoria Zusman

North

1- Water Ethic

115 44
   

2-Biodiversity and Extinction

116  

 

 

3-Biodiversity in the Everglades

117  
   

4-Native Species and Invasive Species

118  
   

5-Virginia Key Beach Park Civic Social Environmental History

119  

 Qianhui Zhang

North

1-Poisonous Plants In Nature

120

45

   

2-Poisonous Butterflies In Nature

121

 

Total

 

 

131  46
 

 Chandra links pulsar to historic supernova 

 

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