School Sustainability Round Table
Thursday, December 13th-Skype Conversation
2:30 PM CST (GMT-6)
- Scribe Notes from Conference Call (thank you to Emma for taking notes!)
Recorded audio from conversation:
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On Thursday, December 13th, students and teachers in the Middle School environmental science class here at USM will engage in a skype conversation with students and teachers at several other schools across the USA (and maybe even a few other countries) to talk about sustainability practices at our respective organizations. If you'd like to join us, please leave your contact information in the table below (click the "Edit this Page" button on the top of the page, enter your info, and then click Save). We will initiate the skype conference call 10 minutes prior to the start of the round table.
Be prepared to share links and resources via the chat/text feature of skpe.
Kip Jacobs and Matt Montagne
University School of Milwaukee (Wisconsin)
Conserve School (Wisconsin)
Clairbourn School, Pasadena, CA
Punahou School, Honolulu, HI
Miss Porter's School
Scott S. Floyd
White Oak Independent School District (Texas)
St. Andrews School in Delaware
Mary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School
Patria Sullivan/Diane Glace
Questions to guide the round table meeting:
Share interesting things going on at your school in terms of sustainability
Interesting things you're either considering or planning on implementing
Is a renewable energy system in the mix at your organization??
What are you doing in terms of environmental science in the curriculum??
What are your Earth Day 2008 Plans? Any interest in some type of collaborative project??
What summer opportunities in sustainability are you offering for or directing your students to?
What role do your students play in organizing and promoting sustainable practices at your school?
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