Green Schools Catalyst Quarterly: The Path Forward

2020 Special Issue – The Path Forward: Why Whole School Sustainability Matters in a COVID-19 World COVID-19 has changed many aspects of our lives. It also offers an unprecedented opportunity to rethink K- 12 education. In this special issue of the Green Schools Catalyst Quarterly, we explore...

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CLEAN Elementary collection

A Timely Climate and Energy E-Learning Series to Use and Share We have curated the start of our new CLEAN Elementary collection! We have over 65 resources specifically chosen and reviewed for elementary students, including resources focused on climate topics as well as resources that will help...

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Virtual Learning Resources: Indigeneity Curriculum

The Bioneers Indigeneity Program is the go-to source for accurate and contemporary information about Indigenous science, media, and curriculum for social change. To support the use of Bioneers’ original content in the classroom, we’ve developed thematic discussion guides and curriculum bundles...

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Sustainability Science Education

Arizona State University’s Sustainability Science Education program prepares PreK-12th-grade educators to integrate sustainability & science in the classroom.  Check out their Pinterest account for resources that their team has been working on for several years.  Lots of fun, open...

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Free Children’s Book Helps Parents Explain Climate Change

Model and activist Lily Cole has narrated a digital children’s book all about climate change, which aims to help parents talk to their children about the environment. The book — Is This My Home? — is aimed at children aged between 5 and 8 years old, and follows the story of a little girl traveling...

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Communicating Climate Change: A Guide for Educators

Environmental educators face a formidable challenge when they approach climate change due to the complexity of the science and of the political and cultural contexts in which people live. There is a clear consensus among climate scientists that climate change is already occurring as a result of...

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New Eco-School Network Launched

The Eco-School Network is an organization of parents promoting sustainable practices and raising ecological awareness in elementary schools in Oregon. They equip parents and students to lead school communities toward sustainability through free training and ongoing support. Now launched as an...

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Teaching Teens About Climate Change

Green Teacher’s newest book, which will be published later this month, brings together 12 articles and activities to aid educators working with high school-aged students. Under the intention of taking teens from despair to empowerment, helping them appreciate the difference between cap and trade...

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Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change

The Museum of the Earth’s “Teacher Friendly Guide to Climate Change” is an excellent alternative to the Heartland Institute’s anti-climate science publication being distributed to teachers around the country.  This NSF-funded project includes both the basics of climate change science and...

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Ocean Sustainability Teaching Module

InTeGrate is pleased to announce the publication of the complete  Ocean Sustainability  teaching module. This 2-to 3-week module introduces the importance of oceans, basic ocean processes, and impacts of human activity on ocean health. It aims to increase awareness of our dependence on and...

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Oregon Educator Network (OEN)

Thanks to the Oregon Department of Education, educators across Oregon can have free access to resources. The Oregon Educator Network (OEN) provides resources and conversation tools that are helpful in a variety of ways, including providing access to our PSS Environmental Education group within...

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