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The Whole-School Sustainability Framework: Workshop

Workshop | National Green Schools Conference | Sacramento, CA | March 27, 2014
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Stephanie Barr

on 21 June 2016

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Transcript of The Whole-School Sustainability Framework: Workshop

The shared values, social norms, and practices within an organization.
Operations are guided by a larger purpose
Human, environmental, and economic priorities are synergistic, not in competition
Healthy lifestyles are bolstered by school operations
Formal leadership support the vision
Leaders are empowered at all levels
Decision making is transparent and empowering
Progress is made public
Conservation behavior is a social norm
Policies institutionalize progressive efficiency

School building and site invite exploration
Flows and impacts are illustrated
Intentional teaching tools teaching tools are provided
Students are empowered to make positive charge
Students are peer mentors
Students are prepared for active citizenship
Immediate resources and tools are utilized
Principles of sustainability are woven across curriculum
The school is utilized as a hub for community learning
Connecting people, place, and purpose.
Desired change is clearly defined & tangible
The vision is communicated through both language & action
Comparative feedback is provided
Cross cutting teams are established
Sustainability is integrated into all staff roles
Continuous development & evaluation is part of the learning process
the vision uniquely reflects the school community
the vision defines an inspiring image of the future
ambitious and achievable objectives are defined
The built environment, surrounding natural environment, and the resources that flow through.
Stephanie Barr
s.barr@colostate.edu

EVENTS
BEHAVIORS
SYSTEM
CASE STUDY
CASE STUDY
POUDRE SCHOOL DISTRICT DESIGN GUIDELINES
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL
CASE STUDY
GLORIA MARSHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CASE STUDY
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL
CASE STUDY
POUDRE SCHOOL DISTRICT
CASE STUDY
BUCKINGHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
CASE STUDY
PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL
CASE STUDY
LEARNING GATE ELEMENTARY
CASE STUDY
SACRAMENTO CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

webs of interdependence that produces outcomes that no one wants


A broken system is:

We are contributors

systems work the way they do because of how we work
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