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A Conversation on Sustainability in Teaching Practice

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posted on 2021-10-26, 16:59 authored by Mia Perry, Gabriella RodolicoGabriella Rodolico, Karen Thompson, Karen MacEachern, Camille Huser, Sarah Anderson
The recently launched Community of Practice in Sustainability in Teaching and Learning is a group of committed staff who bring both questions and solutions to the issue of sustainability in our teaching practices. The question that we heard most frequently from our colleagues both inside and outside this Community of Practice was “what can I do?” In this context, we decided to open up a space to share accessible tips and encourage discussion at the 14TH ANNUAL LEARNING AND TEACHING CONFERENCE. The interactive workshop was the second in a series of practice-based workshops offered by the Community of Practice. aimed to initiate and support an exchange of ideas on how to embed sustainability into the foundation of all of our teaching, regardless of the discipline, level, or content. We did this through workshopping four essential and adaptable strategies with a range of existing course curricula and contexts.


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