Sustainability Superheroes blog
Using Decision-making and Entrepreneurial Thinking
Tampa, Fla.– Amid the current global pandemic, K-12 educators from all across Florida are still participating in the Sustainability Superheroes workshops, created by the USF Stavros Center with the Coca-Cola Foundation.
The virtual workshop took place on June 3rd, 2020 and was hosted and produced by Deborah Kozdras, Angel Danger and Sherry Moser of the USF Stavros Center. Teachers of all subjects learned about invasive animal species in Florida while using some of the latest technology from home. They were also given a number of resources and materials for their students. Distance learning doesn’t have to be hard with the help of Sustainability Superheroes!
Part of sustainable education is not only to encourage students to help the planet, but also make smart decisions. The lesson plans and activities in this invasive species workshop incorporated decision-making and social-emotional learning to guide students in working well with others and solve environmental problems. Check out the resources from the workshop. Then, sign up for new webinars on our USF Stavros Website!
To stay updated with workshops, activities, events, and sustainability news, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter all @usfstavros.