Students all over Southeast Michigan are thriving outside of the classroom.

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Creating community stewardship through student citizenship

Community stewardship transforms education and our future. The Southeast Michigan Stewardship Coalition (SEMIS Coalition) nurtures partnerships between schools and innovative thinkers in the community. We build communities that support visionary practices in our schools and beyond— so that students can grow into citizen-stewards of healthy ecological-social systems.

Place-based education drives student engagement

Place-based education is more than taking a fun field trip. It’s a transformative approach that makes learning real and empowers students to create positive change in their communities while mastering an integrated array of skills.  Learn more.

“SEMIS Coalition is modeling strategies aimed at empowering youth to become ‘solutionaries’ capable of improving the health of human and natural environments.”

Dr. Gregory Smith

Author, Place-Based Education in the Global Age: Local Diversity

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Connect, learn, search and share perspectives in place-based learning. It’s more than a blog; it’s a new space for creating relationships and sharing stories, engaging in meaningful dialogue, and finding helpful resources!

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Nature Program: Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge

December 7, 2017, 7:00pm - December 7, 2017, 7:30pm

Join us for our free monthly Nature Program: "The Naturalist in us all; with an overview of what is coming at the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge" Our speaker will be Jennifer Braatz, th...

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