I am a PhD student in the School of Sustainability and the College of Global Futures at Arizona State University. My work explores teaching and learning related to sustainability in higher education, specifically how to facilitate students to take action as change agents.
Through my research, I aim to create futures where innovations in how students’ competencies are generated, assessed, and applied can enable personal and societal transformation. My background is in nonformal education and pre-service teacher training.
Recent blog posts featuring Jordan
How do we ensure pluralism, but avoid relativism in thinking about sustainable futures in sustainability education? In a recent blog post, Jordan King, Daniel Fischer and Molly Cashion summarize key insights from a session facilitated at the CIES 2021 conference on those questions.Keep reading
Interventions Curriculum Aims to Support Instructors and Staff in Creating a More Sustainable Campus
As interest in, and the imperative for, teaching about sustainability in higher education grows, instructors…Keep reading
Originally published on Aug 30, 2020 on ASU Student Life by Carmen De Alba Cardenas…Keep reading
PhD project by Jordan King More soon …Keep reading