Sustainability in Schools Simulation/Card Game
for school administrators and teachers
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Are you looking for something interesting to do during staff meetings or in-service training?
Learn which sustainability-related projects have the best cost/benefit and
discover how to use these as teaching opportunities.
The Sustainability in Schools game is a powerful learning tool to help your school:
Understand what sustainability looks like in a school
Identify sustainability related projects that have a good cost/benefit ratios and synergies with other projects
Build a rapid sustainability project plan for the next two years
Identify associated resources for your projects
See how to use these projects in the classroom
You can download the game for free. It takes about 90 min. to play and then debrief to the point where you have an action plan for your school. On the website, there are a couple videos/screencasts on the website to show you how to implement it.
The scoring is based on The Natural Step’s principles (system conditions).
Click here to learn more; the download link is at the bottom of the page where you can get the companion worksheet and PowerPoint: http://www.sustainabilityallianceaz.org/2015/03/sustainability-in-schools-simulation.html
It was developed by the Sustainability Alliance: SustainabilityAllianceAZ.org. It is published under the Creative Commons—Attribution required; Share and Share alike