the GSELS Learning Network
GSELS certified faculty
or faculty in the certification process will identify existing courses
that will be
1) Designate course(s) as
course(s) you have designated,
identifying reference numbers.
3) Agree to put information about the GSELS
Learning Network (see suggested language
in your course syllabus
5) Agree to give us feedback about this project.
Suggested language for
Syllabus of your GSELS Designated Course:
This is a GSELS-focused
(or GSELS-related) course:
This course will include a way to think about
course content from a Global Sustainability and
Earth Literacy perspective and is part of the
Earth Ethics Institute Global Sustainability and
Earth Literacy Studies (GSELS) Learning Network covering the following MDC
#3—Solve problems using critical and creative
thinking and scientific reasoning.
#5—Demonstrate knowledge of diverse cultures,
including global and historical perspectives.
#6—Create strategies that can be used to fulfill
personal, civic, and social responsibilities.
#7—Demonstrate knowledge of ethical thinking and
its application to issues in society.
#10—Describe how natural systems function and
recognize the impact of humans on the
This course is
a GSELS-focused course – with all content
presented through the GSELS lens.
This course is a GSELS-related course –
including a component or module addressing GSELS.
As a result of
participating in GSELS, you will have access to
the EEI GSELS Learning Network, a group of
participating faculty and students at many
campuses. You will have the opportunity to
create and receive help with a GSELS
In addition, if you successfully complete a
credits in GSELS-designated courses
(including at least three
credits of GSELS-focused courses),
minimum of a "B" in each of your
GSELS-designated courses, and complete a
GSELS Civic Engagement Project, you may apply to
be recognized as a GSELS Scholar! To learn more
about participation in the GSELS Learning Network visit