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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.

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Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS) is a team of filmmakers, change agents, and global collaborators committed to the preservation of our oceans and the planet. They have films and curricula designed to connect educators and students to the issues facing our planet and inspire action for our collective future. They have created the following movies: The Cove, Racing Extinction, Game Changers.

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The Greening STEM approach is an adaptable framework for creating a series of integrated and holistic learning activities. The model bridges formal and non-formal approaches to STEM education. Greening STEM combines collaborative partnerships, real-world environmental challenges, and the best practices of place-based, three-dimensional, project-based, and community-based instructional strategies.

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Point of No Return
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A new hands-on environmental STEM enrichment curriculum using the documentary Point of No Return – the gripping story of the first solar powered flight around the world – as a dynamic jumping off point to inspire students to innovate and collaborate towards sustainable solutions. Available for distance learning and classroom use for grades 3-12. Educators at Title 1 schools serving low income students can apply to receive the program for their school at no cost.

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