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The Curriculum and Resource Center (CRC) is a content resource and learning community that provides members with a comprehensive online collection of curricula used to support a variety of approaches to integrating sustainability. The CRC offers a rich portfolio of courses, units, and instructional resources on food systems, brownfields redevelopment, intercultural communication, and other sustainability topics.
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Supporting integration: With the CRC, integrating sustainability into the curriculum can take many forms: “makeovers” of existing units and courses, integration of specific lessons, and the creation of curriculum maps and frameworks to guide instruction at a broader, systems level. Whether you want to integrate a few lessons, redesign a unit, or create an entirely new courses, the CRC is your community for resources and support.
Great for teacher education courses! The CRC supports teacher educators to integrate sustainability into a range of subjects from social foundations to methods. With the CRC as a course resource, teacher educators can support their students to learn sustainability content; create lessons and units; and develop a philosophical framework emphasizing democracy, community, and ethics.
Site license: Individual schools or universities can join the CRC community with a site license.
Enterprise license: Districts, charter networks, and universities can build a learning community across multiple sites. This option provides unrestricted access and includes an enhanced benefit package with customized evaluation tools and support.
Student license: This option provides short-term access to pre- and in-service teachers in teacher education courses.
Subscribe to the CRC and enjoy all the benefits: unlimited downloads, first access to new materials, teaching tips, community updates, and on-demand access to recorded webinars about best practices in sustainability education. Best of all, you'll join a community of users from institutions across the country.
Read our latest CRC Community Newsletters: May 2013, April 2013, March 2013, February 2013, December 2012 , November 2012
CRC materials have been developed in-house by our staff of educators and content experts, often in partnership with universities, governmental agencies and research institutes. To maintain quality and relevance, Creative Change leads on-going field-testing and evaluations that drive revisions, with updated materials going into the CRC.