Welcome! As a Ph.D. candidate, I am looking at the ways in which technology has affected society and how higher education might adapt. Particularly, I am interested in small institutions, the work of Erich Jantsch, and applying systems and futures thinking. I also work as an instructional designer at a Jesuit institution. This is my personal site.
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While trying to meet program goals and course objectives, it is easy to forget that we are preparing future generations who will inherit this planet and the problems past generations have created for them. Sustainability is not just a topic in itself, it is an aspect that can be weaved into every subject area and program. This is a list of some of the best resources on the Web. It was developed for faculty members or faculty developers who wish to introduce the topic of sustainability in their own courses or training programs.
Sustainable development just hasn’t reached that status yet. Nor has it been incorporated in most national curriculums.
In their book, “Sustainable Development and Learning”, authors Stephen Gough and William Scott (2003) explore how learning can bring about change in the sustainability mindset and discourse.