Students who join this class provide proof of Covid vaccination, including booster doses if eligible. In-person meetings will take place primarily outside. Students are expected to remain masked for any indoor meeting or if students cannot maintain social distancing outdoors. We continue to have many classes available that do not require meeting in-person. If you have any questions, please reach out to email@example.com.
Miami is home to people from across the globe who help sustain its many multicultural neighborhoods and drive its amazing art scene. In this class, you will study how a modern city can continue to thrive economically and artistically while also becoming environmentally sustainable.
After your online session, you will travel together through the city of Miami in person (outdoors and masked). After, students will use Miami as a model and craft sustainability plans with their home cities in mind.
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Mariusz Galczynski is an education researcher and specialist in multicultural and international education. Although he has traversed the globe to present his scholarly work, he is proud to call Miami home. By day, he works as a secondary English Language Arts teacher at a high school in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood. Outside of the classroom, he loves to explore the best of what Miami has to offer: its tropical environment, thriving arts scene, and diverse, vibrant communities.
You will receive details on how to log in to your online class sessions one day before the start of the course. Once the final online class session has concluded, you will have one week to submit your independent coursework and final assignment to your teacher. Students are required to be present during all class sessions.
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There are no prerequisites for taking this course.
Registration and Enrollment
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November 5-6, 2022 (In-person in Miami)
November 1 and 3, 2022 (Mandatory online orientation)