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  FALL 2021 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS
GSELS Learning Network: Transforming Paradigm
Awarding 6 hours of professional development credit
This workshop offers an overview of Earth Ethics Institute’s Global Sustainability and Earth Literacy Studies (GSELS) Learning Network.  Participants learn about development and operations of GSELS. GSELS faculty learn how to broaden their GSELS-designated courses to include additional GSELS course criteria, as well as  best practices of faculty learning communities. Participants explore Sustainable Education, a concept created by Stephen Sterling and described as “a change of educational culture, one which develops and embodies the theory and practice of sustainability in a way which is critically aware." Contrast will be made of mechanistic versus ecological worldviews, and a multidisciplinary collaborative approach to education will be endorsed.

Facilitated by Mike Matthews, EEI Collegewide Director
Friday, October 1, 2021
2 - 5 PM
VIRTUAL

To Register, class # EEI1010-6
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Good Health and Well-Being
Fall 2021
Campus Learning Community and Virtual Symposium
Schedule TBA

The MDC North and Padrón Campuses Changemaking Education and Social Innovation Department’s Earth Ethics Institute and the Institute for Civic Engagement and Democracy collaborate to host the Campus Learning Community Symposium: Good Health and Well-Being (UN SDG #3). The symposium explores varied aspects regarding the fostering of good-health and well-being as foundational to building community sustainability and resiliency. 

The Campus Learning Community Symposium features community experts, faculty presentations, and student-led information displays and presentations featuring environmental sustainability, resiliency, citizen participation in civic action and social justice perspectives with a focus on the state of developing health and well-being in South Florida.

For more on the symposium and Campus Learning Community, please contact…

Padrón Campus

North Campus

Mark Tirpak (EEI)

Stephen Nesvacil (EEI)

mtirpak@mdc.edu (305)237-6733

 

snesvaci@mdc.edu  (305)237-1338


Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 - October 15, 2021

Stay tuned for offerings by Learning Resources in partnership with the Campus Learning Community that tie in topics of UNSDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being with Hispanic Heritage Month!



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