Six Education Realities of Students Learning About Conservation

Six Education Realities of Students Learning About Conservation

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Diane Sumner, Education Director

March 09, 2018

When you step into the classroom of today, you readily witness the evidence of technology. From kindergarten to college, the learning environment is surrounded by electronic teaching and learning devices. Students have the ability to learn about the complexities of energy and water conservation from their home or classroom.

Diane Sumner

Diane Sumner

Ed.D: Education Director

Since her start in 2013, Diane Sumner has refined and helped develop educational content to support individual State Academic Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and the global expectations of STEM. As RAP’s Education Director, Sumner represents the voice of participating and potential teachers and school districts across the country. In addition, she administers nationwide Teacher Advisory Board Focus Group sessions to ensure our programs continue to meet the needs of teachers, students and parents.

Her educational background stems from years of teaching at multiple grade levels, as well as working as both an Assistant Principal and Principal at the High School level. Sumner received her Bachelor of Arts in History/Pre-Law with Minors in Spanish, English and ESL. After achieving a Master’s degree in Educational Administration and a second Master’s degree in Language Acquisition, she went on to receive an Education Doctorate in Higher Education Adult Learning.

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March 09, 2018

When you step into the classroom of today, you readily witness the evidence of technology. From kindergarten to college, the learning environment is surrounded by electronic teaching and learning devices. Students have the ability to learn about the complexities of energy and water conservation from their home or classroom.

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