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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

Juan Abascal (Psychology)
Dominic Brucato

Kendall

1-Positive Psychology and Sustainability

1 1

Miriam Francil Abety

INC

1- Psychology-Max Neef and the Earth Charter

2 2

(Psychology)

 

2- Water and Service-Learning

3  

 

 

3- Psychology Sustainability, The Earth Charter and Personal Ecological Footprint

4  
   

4-Water in South Florida

5  
   

5- Climate Change

6

 

Alejandro Angee

Wolfson

1-Exploring Social and Economic Justice Issues through the Earth Charter

7 3
    2-Precuationary Principle 8  

Robert Anwyl

North

1-Solid Waste/Recycling

8 4

Jessica AuBuchon

 

1-Climate Change As A Human Rights Violation

9 5

Benjamin L. Augustyn

Wolfson

1-Demystifying Economic Systems through Biographies/Archaeologies of Consumption

10 6
    2-Community Supported Agriculture 11  

 

 

3-Getting Personal With Climate

12  

 

 

4- Adaptation Of Human Societies To The Natural Environment

13  

 

 

5-The Earth Charter: Identifying Needs and Developing Solutions

14  

 

 

6-Plastics-Taking a Plastic Free-Challenge

15  

Jose Aragon

Inter-American

1-Environmental, Sustainability, Inequality in the 20th or 21st Century

16 7

Nazira Barry (Psychology)

Wolfson

2-Intro to Psychology & the Precautionary Principle

17 8

Valerie de Angeles

North

1-Climate Change, Paradigm Change

18

9

Evelyn Diaz

Hialeah

1-Precuationary Principle

19

10
   

2-GMOs

20

 

April Gaddis

Hialeah

1- Consumption and Environmental Destruction

21 11

Alex Gancedo

Hialeah

1-American Federal Government: Presidential Campaign

22 12

 

 

2-Pantry Project

23  

 

 

2-Precautionary Principle

24  

 

 

3-Considering Competing Interests

25

 

 

 

4- Immigration and Naturalization Service

26  

Vellisse Grimes

Kendall

1- LeadershiCourse - Earth Charter

27 13
   

2- Children and Water

28  

Jose Guntin (Psychology)

 

Kendall

 

1-Paradigm: Resistance to Paradigm Shift 29 14
2-Role of Nature in Human Development 30  
3-When is Conformity with Social Norms Unacceptable Behavior? 31  

4-Library Resources- Win-Win Frame: Environmental Sustainability

32  

5-Understanding Stress and Developing Wellness Skills

33  
6-Experiencing Positive Emotions 34  
7-Psychology and The Earth Charter 35  

8- Water Ethic and Global Citizen

36  

9-Persuasion - From Global Warming to Climate Change

37  

10-Real Integrative Approach to Psychpathology

38  

 

 

11-Understanding Psychopathology Through a Systems Thinking Approach

39  

 

 

12-Wellen Wheel and Peace Within

40  

Nora Hendrix

North

1-Overcoming Modern-day Disconnect with Nature

41 15

Sharon Johnson

Kendall

2-Faculty Reflections on Teaching Earth Literacy

42 16

Mariana Molina

Hialeah

1-Life Span Human Development

43 17
Michael J. Lenaghan

North

1-Climate Change 44 18
2-Pine Rockland Curriculum Infusion for State and Local Government 45  

Janice Mast

North

1-Human Growth and Development in Middle Adulthood

46 19

Scott Patrick Murphy

 

1-Reflexive Analysis-The Self, The Environment, and Social Justice

47 20

 

 

2-Connecting Urban Poverty in America to Global Sustainability

48  

Carola Pedreschi
(Psychology)

North

1-The Earth Charter - Lesson Plan

49 21

2-Immersion Course - Everglades National Park

50  

3- Environmental Sustainability, Social Justice, and Spirituality

51  

 

 

4-Psychology, Behavior Modification- Operant Conditioning

52  
    5-Psychology-Personal Engagement in Nature 53  

 

 

6-Mangrove Forests

54  
    7-Climate Change 55  
    8-SENCER Service Learning

56

 

 

 

9-WaterConservation

57

 

 

 

10-Water Consumption

58

 
   

11. Cultivating Transformational Communities of Engagement and Prosperity

59  

Ginny Peterson-Tennant

 

North

 

1-Introduction to Psychology and the Earth Charter

60 22
2-Behavior Change and Sustainability 61  

3-Psychology-Sustainable Planet Capstone Project

62  

 

 

4-Water Wars

63

 

 

 

5-Healthy Homes Assessments

64

 

Mildred Roqueta

Kendall

1-Precautionary Principle

65

23
   

2-GMOs

66

 

Kay Rubin

North

1-Cultural Diversity Tolerance Compassion Nonviolence and Peace

67 24

 

 

2-Conflict Resolution and Its Impact On Peace

68  

 

 

3- Earth Charter and Personal

69  

 

 

4-Healthy Home Healthy Diet Assessment

70  

David Shaheen

Kendal

1-Ethical Environmental and Economic Consequences of Factoy Farms

71 25

Ronald Stubbs

IAC

1-Social Science Water Issues

72 26

Michele Scott

Hialeah

1-SLS-Consumption and Sustainability - Water

73 27

Paul Tisevich

Wolfson

1-Earth Charter Reflection

74 28

 

 

2-President Roosevelt and Communication

75  

 

 

3-Roosevelt and Communication

76  

 

 

4-The Optimism Of Uncertainty

77  

 

 

5- Radical Environmentalism

78  

Richard Townsend

Kendall

 

1-Incorporating the Earth Charter into Psychology Curricula

79 29

2-We Are All Part of the Solution

80  
3-Health Psychology Module - Dying to Eat 81  
4- Life Span Psychology - Plastic Bottles 82  
5-Adapting to a  Changing World - Evolutional Psychology 83  

6- Water

84  

 

 

7-Cape Florida Case Study

85  

 

 

8-Critical Thinking and Climate Change

86  

North

1-Industrial Revolution and the Environment

87

30
         
Total     87 30
 

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