Institute's Annual Summer
Design Studio is designed for educators, faculty,
curriculum supervisors, administrators, and community leaders who
want to learn how to design and embed EfS into their curriculum,
assessments and organizational learning strategies.
FIVE DAY EFS DESIGN STUDIO
($850 per participant)
As teams or
as individuals, participants will learn how to design and embed EfS
into their curriculum, programs and assessments. Administrators and
supervisors will learn how to develop performance assessments,
professional development plans, and organizational learning
strategies that educate for sustainability.
INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABILITY AGENDA
($150 per participant)
to EfS and “The Fish Game” Simulation
This hands-on workshop engages participants in an interactive,
replicable learning experience that combines systems thinking tools
with interdisciplinary content for a deeper understanding of our role
in moving toward a sustainable future. A discussion of ‘mental
models that contribute to sustainability’ and ‘behaviors and
strategies that contribute to sustainable outcomes’ provide
participants with a hopeful paradigm for education and community
Or attend both
for $945! Please contact us for savings when registering as a group
Other News... from the Cloud Blog
Beyond Recycling | Art and Sustainability
Beyond Recycling is an artist-in-residence program funded by MetLife and Young Audiences Arts for Learning. Teaching Artists, Eloise Bruce and Zach Green, worked with students in grades 6-8 over a 10-day period to develop an original musical theater piece for younger students about creating a sustainable earth. This project is an outgrowth of YANJ's work with
New Jersey Learns
(NJ Learns), a program that unites schools and communities to learn and change together to instigate, sustain, and scale up the innovations and best practices that contribute to sustainability and that characterize Education for Sustainability.
Hawaiian Student Shares Why Sustainability is Important
It was September 2011. The state was abuzz over the upcoming APEC meeting in Honolulu in November where President Obama and 20 other heads of state would be gathering. All eyes would be on Hawaii. It was the first time, since 1993, that the U.S. would be hosting APEC?s annual meeting. In an effort ?to engage our local youth and provide them with a once in a lifetime
opportunity to be a part of APEC,? the host committee sponsored an essay contest open to high school students.
NYC OFFICE SPACE
The Cloud Institute has an office and several workstations available in Chelsea (midtown Manhattan). Prices range from $500 to $2,500 per workstation depending on size. All cubicles, desktops and flooring are from sustainably harvested hardwood. Spaces come ready with file storage and built in bookshelves. Office 2 and workstations D and E are window-facing with expansive views over rooftops and full sky. Rental includes 24/7 access with doorman; internet access (wireless/ethernet); scanner, copier, printer usage (certain fees apply), and complimentary tea and organic coffee for suitemates.
Also included is limited access to the conference room that can accommodate up to 25 people around tables, or 35 people auditorium style. Projector, screen, and a polycom conference phone system are also available at no additional charge.
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for more information or to schedule a walk-through.