Inland Empire Council for the Social Studies
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50th Anniversary of Earth Day A Challenge for the New Generation

  • 28 Sep 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Norte Vista HS, 6585 Crest Ave., Riverside

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Inland Empire Council for the Social Studies 
invites educators to a timely event on a critically important topic that demonstrates
how 
to apply global competencies to resolve local problems with impact on the world.


50th Anniversary of Earth Day
A Challenge for the New Generation

featuring Mandy Bush and Connie DeCapite, 
California Global Education Project (CGEP) CSU Fullerton 
              Saturday, September 28, 2019    9:00 am – 12:30 pm                
Norte Vista HS, 6585 Crest Ave., Riverside

Cost: $25
(includes a book, classroom resources and refreshments)
Open to educators grades 4-12 from all content areas. 

Registration: http://iecss.org 

(Payment options: Pay the IECSS paypal directly at <apeurotch@aol.com>. Pay with check or purchase order made and mailed to IECSS, 1314 Mulberry Ave., Upland, CA, 91786-2739. Pay at door with cash, check, or credit card. An invoice will be sent once registration is submitted.) 

Registration questions? Email <treasureriecss@gmail.com>

The first Earth Day in March 1970 engaged 20 million Americans. It has since become a global event leading the modern environmental movement.We all know, there is much more to do and the stakes are increasing as climate change becomes more rapid. It’s a great way to make global and civic  education relevant with the new generation.                                

                                             

PROGRAM

Review the Four Domains of Global Competence through a        lens of environmentalism. 

Experience ideas to motivate and engage students to           mobilize and take civic action to create sustainable communities locally and globally.

Learn about projects and activities to engage every student in environmental issues.

Learn about projects and activities to engage every student in environmental issues.

Receive classroom resources suitable for your students.

Prepare to help students participate in larger community Earth Day events.

Share the flier with friends and colleagues.
IECSS EarthDay flier final.pdf

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