This 2018-19 survey report discusses data from three surveys about ClimeTime professional development of science teachers across Washington between September 1, 2018 and June 15, 2019.
Scientific literacy involves understanding global climate change & what people can do about it
ClimeTime in the Media
Waking up Whatcom Youth – Klipsun Magazine
Climate Science: From students to stewards – Cascadia Weekly
Podcast: Advancing climate science education at the UN – University of Washington
Leading the way to climate justice in education – University of Washington
In Washington state, classrooms are putting climate change at the forefront of K-12 education – University of Washington
Climate science education 2019 – E3 Washington
Launching K-12 Climate Science Literacy to Scale in Washington State (PDF) – Green Schools Catalyst Quarterly
Teaching the teachers how to teach kids about climate science – Seattle Times
Social Media Tags
ClimeTime: Why Teach Climate Science?
Find out why teachers need to teach climate science education and what resources are available to help.
ClimeTime: Community Based Organizations
Connecting with CBOs – Community Based Organizations – can help educators learn the most current and accurate information on climate change. Meet organizations who are working with schools and educational service districts to educate teachers who can bring what they learn back to the classroom.
ClimeTime: Student Voice
Across the world, youth are leaving the classroom and marching in the streets to bring attention to the climate change emergency. The student-directed global protest movement has taken ahold with middle and high school aged youth. Find out more about student involvement with climate change.
ClimeTime: Teaching Climate Science in the Classroom
Teachers across the state of Washington are learning about climate science and bringing that knowledge into their classrooms. Learn more about this state-wide initiative through the field trips and seminars teachers and students attend.