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Title:  Keynote with Rachel Gutter

Category:  Stakeholder involvement in innovation

Date:  February 22, 2012

Activity Delivery Method: Professional Development / Continuing Education

Activity Description:  The Center for Green Schools at USGBC has a bold and ambitious vision: green schools for all within this generation. Learning how the Center is connecting community members to accelerate the green schools movement, focusing its work around engaging, equipping and deploying the people who make the case, make the decisions, and get things done to achieve this vision in Ohio and beyond.

Activity Details: Keynote with Rachel Gutter, USGBC Central Ohio Chapter – Ohio Green Schools Rally, 0090007116, Live Facilitator-led

Instructor:  Rachel Gutter, Director, USGBC Center for Green Schools

Activity Content Type:  General

CE Hours: 1

Title:  Reynoldsburg High School Tour

Category:  Multiple

Date:  February 22, 2012

Activity Delivery Method: Professional Development / Continuing Education

Activity Description:  A tour of the new highly sustainable Reynoldsburg eSTEM (environmental Science Technology Engineering & Math) Academy.  Witnessed first-hand how green schools can benefit students, school districts and communities.

Activity Details: Reynoldsburg High School Tour, USGBC Central Ohio Chapter – Ohio Green Schools Rally, 0090007116, Tour

Instructor:  Ohio Green Schools Rally Committee:  Kirk Paisley, Brian Quackenbush and David Scott

Activity Content Type:  General

CE Hours: 1.5

Title:  Ohio’s Leadership in the Green Schools Movement: A Brief History, Current Success, and a Promising Future

Category:  Multiple

Date:  February 22, 2012

Activity Delivery Method: Professional Development / Continuing Education

Activity Description:  This course recounts how and why the OSFC adopted LEED as its sustainable design standard, it discussed opportunities and challenges associated with a LEED-based standard, and it addressed the future of sustainable design in Ohio, most notably with respect to the newly-enacted construction reform.

Activity Details: Ohio’s Leadership in the Green Schools Movement: A Brief History, Current Success, and a Promising Future, USGBC Central Ohio Chapter – Ohio Green Schools Rally, 0090007116, Live Facilitator-led

Instructor:  David Scott, Luper Neidenthal & Logan, a Legal Professional Association

Activity Content Type:  General

CE Hours: 1.5

Title:  Case Study on the Summit Road eSTEM School

Category:  Multiple

Date:  February 22, 2012

Activity Delivery Method: Professional Development / Continuing Education

Activity Description:  This course outlined and described the process that A.E.C. Industry Professionals, School Administration, and Ohio State School Agencies work together to get a very Unique and Cutting Edge school to be LEED Certified.  Moderator focused on three major categories:  1.  Ohio Schools Facilities Commissions (OSFC) LEED Mandates and Involvement,  2.  How the Team Achieved LEED,  3.  Lessons Learned and Progressive Ideas for the future.

Activity Details: Case Study on the Summit Road eSTEM School, USGBC Central Ohio Chapter – Ohio Green Schools Rally, 0090007116, Live Facilitator-led

Instructor:  Matt S Canterbury, LEED AP BD+C, Associate, M+A Architects

Activity Content Type:  General

CE Hours: 1.5

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