Curriculum, Campus & Community
Meet the Teams
Graduate students from Arizona State University work with local high schools to teach kids sustainability science.
Teachers can download and share lesson plans used in our program. Click here to download sustainability lessons.
Where We Work
The Sustainability Science for Sustainable Schools program at Arizona State University includes a collection of graduate students, high school teachers and sustainability researchers.
Together we strive to further sustainability science by bringing sustainability projects into our high schools’ curriculum, campuses, and larger communities.
We believe that by teaching sustainability science to high school students, we can help promote a sustainable future for the Phoenix metro area.
Want to get involved? Have questions for our graduate students or administrators?
Two new Fellows have begun their work with the Sustainable Schools program, training for a year of engagement with District sustainability projects and teacher training programs. Molly Cashion and Nicholas Weller will be working with S4 leadership on the Paradise Valley Waste Stream Reduction Project which is entering into the second year of engagement with […]
Past, present and future (next year’s) Sustainable Schools fellows gathered with program leadership to reflect on successes and challenges of the program across the past six years. A gallery walk of posters and viewing of new videos anchored the first hour of the meeting, with a roundtable discussion rounding out the second half. In all, […]
The Sustainable Schools Fellows are kicking off 2015 with strategic plans to ensure a highly successful spring semester with their partner schools. During one of the last classes before Christmas break, each fellow crafted a “mind map” of their fall activities and plans for spring, leading to energetic discussions about how to improve strategies, share […]