2012 Education for Sustainability (EfS) Summer Teaching Institute sponsored by Honeywell Hometown Solutions
Pictured are middle grade science, math, and social studies teachers taking part in the 2012 Education for Sustainability (EfS) Summer Teaching Institute presented by the College of Coastal Georgia and sponsored by Honeywell Hometown Solutions. The week-long professional learning initiative is designed to provide area teachers with content and experiences in the fields of coastal ecology, sustainable development, and environmental education, using the EfS approach that stresses a balance between economic prosperity and environmental integrity.
Front Row: Kara Spencer (Glynn Middle School), Cynthia Tupper (Liberty County High School), Beth Knittel (Glynn Middle School), Theresa Lyster (Camden County High School), Chris Cottrell (Camden County High School)
Back Row: Tiffany Cooper (Long County Middle School), Victoria Klahn (Glynn Middle School), Jessica Bloom (Camden County High School), Richard T. Anderson (St. Mary’s Middle School), Cody Holland (Sammy McLure Middle School, Paulding County) , Program Director Dr. Timothy Goodale (College of Coastal Georgia), Julie Parsons (Risley Middle School), Jackie Webster (McIntosh County Middle School), Erin Vickers (Long County High School)
|Release Date: 6/12/2012|
Source: College of Coastal Georgia