Teaching for Sustainable Communities PLC
Professional Learning Community (Ongoing, Drop In!)
Summer Institute at Sonoma State, June 2018
Educator Summit at Sonoma State, July 2018
Advance social justice and sustainability through your teaching
Integrate Global Competence into your Instruction • Reflect critically on global patterns and systems
• Design curriculum for agency
The California International Studies Project inspires and supports educators to develop global competence and active citizenship in PK-12 students for the 21st century.
The California International Studies Project is a California Subject Matter Project that partners with California State Universities across the state of California to create sustainable teacher learning communities throughout California.
Learn More about CISP and statewide programs and updates at www.cispisglobal.org
PREVIOUS PROGRAMS - SUMMER 2017
Teaching for Sustainable Communities: Summer Institute for Educators, July 24-28.
Learn, plan, and collaborate with teachers, university faculty, sustainability professionals, community leaders and student representatives. Ideate, develop, and create a sustainable communities action project plan for your school site. For educators of Grades 6-12, from any discipline. For future and additional events, please visit www.cispisglobal.org.
Better Together, CA Teachers Summit: July 28, 7:30 am – 12:30 pm.
A statewide day of learning by teachers, for teachers. Edcamps and speakers in the morning + afternoon workshop on Design Thinking to Investigate the World and Take Action. Work with the teams and teachers at World Savvy and California International Studies Project to learn how to position your students to think globally and act locally, using the principles of design thinking. Walk away with newfound inspiration, and tools to authentically engage your students in the world beyond. Register Now!