The National Wildlife Federation and Bard College’s Graduate Programs in Sustainability are launching a new campaign - #Teach10Hours4Climate - to increase the amount of time – five-fold – that K–12 students spend learning about the climate crisis and gain the knowledge and skills they need to adapt to a rapidly changing world. Go to www.teach10hours4climate.org to take the pledge and access the Guide.
The Framework for Long-Term, Whole-System, Equity-Based Reflection (FLOWER) is a tool for exploring multisolving, which is when one investment of time or money solves many problems at once. The FLOWER diagram can help explore what co-benefits are created by a solution and how equitably those benefits are shared. This packet of resources includes complete instructions and a slide deck to equip educators and facilitators to run this activity online with students and adult learners.
Forests are for any subject! Whether you are teaching history, math, music, science, or even physical education, forests can help you meet curriculum objectives and engage students in impactful, place-based learning for all grades!
This 10-min presentation with accompanying small group questions is designed to be used in faith settings with 5th–12th-grade students to explore how their faith provides them with tools and a call to climate action. Created for a Christian youth group in the San Gabriel Valley of California, these Google Slides can be copied and edited for different locations and faith communities.
City Parks Foundation's innovative Green Girls Empowered by ING program inspires early adolescent girls to excel as environmental scientists and stewards of New York City’s precious natural resources. The award-winning STEM experiential learning curriculum is available free of charge to educators nationwide.
The Ocean Foundation and TMA BlueTech are pleased to announce the launch of AquaOptimism, a new, integrated, online learning platform designed to inspire young minds and promote stewardship of ocean and freshwater resources.