High-Impact Practices for Developing Eco-Literacy and Civic Action Workshop
Loras College is establishing a Sustainability Certificate Program as part of the Loras College general education curriculum. The college has a history and strength in community-based learning and high impact learning experiences which will be a prominent feature of the revised general education curriculum and the sustainability certificate.
Please join us on Saturday, September 9th for a workshop on ecoliteracy and high-impact teaching practices (community-based learning). You may choose to join us all day, for the ecoliteracy session and lunch or for lunch and the high impact practices session.
10:30—10:40 —Welcome and Introduction
10:40—11:00—Overview of the Loras College General Education Sustainability Track
11:00—12:00 Keynote: Dr. Denise Mitten
12:00—1:00 Lunch (provided)
1:00—2:00 High Impact Practices: Emily Shields
2:00—3:00 Breakout sessions
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Keynote and Lunch
Lunch and High Impact Practices
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