ClimeTime: Why Teach Climate Science?
Find out why teachers need to teach climate science education and what resources are available to help.
These Portraits of Practice represent the diversity of work done by ClimeTime and the many ways in which climate science and the focus on local phenomena-based learning can engage both teachers and students.
The Climate Justice League is a cohort-based professional learning experience that supports secondary teachers in designing and implementing science learning activities that highlight social justice and environmental justice connections.
The ClimeTime learning experiences for teachers supported by Braided Education Consulting was supported through the co-design of a culturally responsive curriculum unit focused on climate change phenomena to be used in schools serving students from the Confederated Colville Tribes.
In January and February of 2021, 80 Washington citizens from all walks of life and political persuasions gathered virtually to learn about, deliberate on and make recommendations to the Washington state legislature about how to mitigate climate change in our state....
Olympia School District teacher Heath Bingman presents economic interests in EarthGen’s mock climate summit. While youth climate leaders often make the news, many young people believe climate change is too big a problem for them to solve. But young people are natural...
Farmers Facing Climate Change: PEI hosts SOLS: Regenerative Agriculture SOLS Workshop for Puyallup Watershed
PEI FieldSTEM Coordinator interviewed Tara Clark for the workshop's virtual field trip. Mother Earth Farm manager, Tara Clark, shared that she left a film career in Los Angeles to work the land on behalf of her community. Pacific Education Institute’s (PEI) first ever...