Project Green 2018 Workshop 1: EcoRise Curriculum
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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Each school participating in Project Green 2018 is required to complete w waste education lessons using the EcoRise platform. 

Who is EcoRise? 

EcoRise develops the next generation of creative problem solvers by enlivening conventional classrooms with academically-aligned K-12 curriculum that introduce students to environmental literacy, social innovation and hands-on design skills. Green professionals serve as guest speakers and project mentors to help students solve real-world sustainability challenges concerning energy, water, waste, transportation, air quality, food and public spaces. The program focuses on the following students impacts:

Enhance STEM Education: EcoRise bridges the gap between theory and practice, helping students understand science and math concepts as they develop solutions to sustainability challenges relevant to their school and community.

Promote Sustainability: Students cultivate environmental literacy and stewardship, adopt sustainable living practices, and act as leaders and creative change-makers in their communities.

Exposure to Green Careers: Students learn and are inspired by professionals representing architecture, science, design and green technology who share college and career opportunities as well as the most current breakthroughs and trends in their field.

Develop 21st Century Skills: The program incorporates design thinking methods to cultivate essential soft skills, including creativity and innovation, critical thinking, communication, collaboration, technology literacy, and leadership.

How do I set up my login? 

Step 1: Go to https://ecorise.instructure.com/enroll/JKGXH7

Step 2: Select “I am a new user,” then enter your school email address in the Username field.

Step 3: Enter your full name and check the “I agree” box.

Step 4: Click on “Enroll in Course.”

After your initial enrollment you can the following link to access the platform. 

ecorise.org/teacher