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Sustainability in Manufacturing Lessons

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Sustainability in Manufacturing Lessons

 

 

    

Introduction:  

 

This is a series of design thinking lessons, created in collaboration with the USF College of Education Gus A. Stravos Center for Free Enterprise and Economic Education and support from the Coca-Cola Foundation, that are based off of interviews from industry panelists at the FLATE coordinated panel "Manufacturing Sustainability Superheroes" in May 2019. The panel connected nearly 40 secondary educators from across the central west coast of Florida and four industrial panelists to address issues and resolutions to sustainability in manufacturing. The industrial panelists that attended the panel were Jerrika Rice from The Mosaic Company, Patti Gander from the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Association in Polk County, Peter Cirak from Seal Dyanimcs, and Suzanne Alverez from C&S Printing and Packaging. You can access the interviews for each speaker in the links below.

 

Panelist Biographies

 

Design Thinking Worksheet

 

After reading some of the articles below, your students can fill out the Design Thinking worksheet to assist them in recognizing other sustainable issues and how they can help find a resolution to these issues in order to decrease their carbon footprint.

 

       
Interview Article
Interview Article  Interview Article Interview Article 

 

 

This work is funded under grant DUE# 1204751 from the National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. Opinions and findings expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.© Copyright 2020 FLATE

For more resources on sustainability lessons or more information on this particular lesson plan, please visit the Sustainability Superheroes Blog Website

 

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