Take a look at what
School Administrators and Teachers
are saying about SEER and the EIC Model
Recent comments by some school administrators, teachers and others who have recently worked with the State Education and Environment Roundtable (SEER).
"We are nearing
the end of our first year of implementing the EIC Model (Using
the Environment as an Integrating Context for Learning) and are starting
to document positive change as a result of the professional development
and technical support that the State Education and Environment Roundtable
(SEER) has given the South Carolina State Department of Education
(SDE) and our EIC Model teams.
am writing to express my appreciation for the professional development
and technical support that the
State Education and Environment Roundtable has
provided to Concrete Middle School staff, students and community
as they implemented the EIC Model over the past three years.
the highlights of our EIC Model, I would place everyone
students, staff and administration all working and focused on
a common goal as one of our greatest accomplishments. As a staff,
they all had goals for the year, but through the EIC Model
we have discussed, debated, changed, etc. and now everyone has
a common goal that we work toward.
a high school science teacher in Southwest Georgia. I have been
teaching for 9 years and have felt so incredibly disillusioned
by how poorly students achieve in science...to the point that
I was considering quitting.