Welcome to the Submittal Site
The Green Schools Conference & Expo is the only national event to bring together all of the players involved in making green schools a reality: people who lead, operate, build and teach in U.S. schools. Attendees engage in hands-on learning, participate in in-depth discussions and problem solving, and get inspired by speakers at the forefront of connecting sustainability, social justice, and education.
GSCE is now accepting proposals for the 2018 conference in Denver, CO on May 3-4.
Two days of programming offers the opportunity for attendees to share ideas and successful strategies, learn about potential partnerships, and discover tools, services, and products to help them succeed in creating schools that teach students about global sustainability – all in an environment that’s healthy for them, for their communities, and for the earth.
All complete proposals must be submitted online by August 11th at 5:00pm EST. You may begin the process and return to your saved proposal any time up until the deadline. Emailed, faxed or mailed proposals will not be accepted.
Please feel free to review this Submittal Guide before completing your proposal, which contains an outline of the required information for your submittal.
Preferred Presentation Topics:
Environmental Impact: Proven strategies and leading-edge ideas for how schools can reduce their impact on natural systems through conserving resources and supporting local ecology. Topic may include energy efficiency, water efficiency and quality, waste diversion, and protection of ecological systems.
Health & Well-Being:Proven strategies and leading-edge ideas for how schools can support the physical and emotional health and well-being of students and teachers through the physical environment and programming. Topics may include food and nutrition, physical activity, and environmental health.
Environmental and Sustainability Literacy: Proven strategies and leading-edge ideas for how schools can support student understanding of the interconnectedness between living systems, human health, and economic prosperity through place-based education, project-based learning, and integrated approaches to curriculum. Topics may include curriculum and instruction, evaluation and assessment, and professional development.
Whole School/District Sustainability: Proven strategies and leading-edge ideas for how schools and school districts can implement sustainable thinking across all aspects of operations, utilizing organizational culture, physical place, and educational program to get measurable results across the board. Topics may include whole-school or whole-district campaigns, change management techniques, community partnerships, and visionary school and/or district leadership.
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