This online lesson plan, developed by the Orangutan Gang, allows teachers to mix and match four activities including fillable virtual worksheets, video discussions, and online research. Students of all educational levels can learn about orangutans and palm oil and design their own conservation projects through a virtual online classroom space.
Earthwalks: an alternative nature experience, a new book by Steve Van Matre and The Institute for Earth Education, provides details for leaders on what an Earthwalk aims to accomplish, how to prepare for a successful Earthwalk experience and lots of leadership guidelines and tips on for those leading these walks. If you are looking for a way to build a sense a place without the usual "follow me, gather round" approach, check out this book.
This is a brief post on the Citizen Science Association’s blog. It is designed to highlight how learning is possible through participation in citizen science and to pose questions that encourage the organizers of citizen science projects to consider the many ways they might serve, inspire, and support current and future participants.
Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs has curated a collection of student films from the Ocean Awareness Contest archives exploring plastic pollution, oil spills, climate change, and environmental activism. After each film, find discussion questions as well as ways to learn more and take action on the featured issue.
Dragonfly Nature Programs LLC provides in-school nature studies to early education centers, home schools and K-5 classrooms. While the focus is on NC ecology, math, science & literacy skills are embedded into each lesson.
Our mission is to build a healthier and more equitable world through community science, open technology, and environmental justice. Public Lab is inviting educators to take part in our evolving Educator Community of Practice and allow their students to be knowledge-produces within a global network of DIY scientists, environmental activists, and experts.
Our Planet is a nature documentary series now streaming on Netflix, created in partnership between WWF, Netflix and Silverback Films.
The series is the focus of a global campaign by WWF to build understanding of the importance of biodiversity, and build support for the global changes urgently needed to reverse the decline of wildlife populations and save our planet - and our species.
The website is packed with free high quality videos, educational resources and interactive tools to help you explain biodiversity and sustainability topics in a truly clear and exciting way.