Now you can go to Yale Climate Opinion Maps and see how the people in your town, county or Congressional District think about Climate Change! You’ll be amazed at the amount of information that’s displayed and how easy it is to access.
Host this flat-panel exhibit on America's wolves. Learn about the challenges of wolf conservation, why it's important, and what anyone can do to help wolves. Discounted rental rates available from The Paly Foundation -- palyfoundation.org
The Wisconsin Standards for Environmental Literacy and Sustainability provide a foundational framework that identifies what students should know and be able to do in environmental education. These standards take an interdisciplinary approach to integrating environmental education into multiple subject areas.
There is a rising tide of understanding across the world that we need to save a surprising endangered species in the WILD - Our Children.
Come with NaturePlay film on an inspiring journey in a cinematic portrait of childhood, education and play to find out more. www.natureplayfilm.com
Teachers who register at www.surveymonkey.com/r/WorldOceansDay2018 will receive free access to a 22-minute award-winning documentary, A Plastic Ocean, and accompanying Educational Supplement, as well as ideas for how to celebrate World Oceans Day, June 8, 2018.
This easy-to-use guide is designed to provide maximum flexibility for learners in both formal and informal settings. It may be used as a standalone teaching tool, or to supplement lessons in other areas. This guide includes information about the marine industry with useful lessons for students in grades K-12 with a focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) objectives and alignment to NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards).
The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) is an independent, marine industry-led entity that engages industry, regulators, environmental groups, educators and the public by promoting sound environmental practices. NAMEPA is a non-profit organization committed to “Save Our Seas” and preserving the marine environment through educating seafarers, students and the public about the need, and strategies for, protecting global ocean resources.
**Updated version of this guide being released soon!**
This easy-to-use guide is designed to provide maximum flexibility for educators in both form and informal settings. It may be used as a standalone teaching tool, or to supplement lessons in other areas. This guide includes information about marine debris and useful lessons for students in grades K-12, with a focus on STEM objectives. These engaging lesson plans are aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) is an industry-led organization that works to educate seafarers, port communities and students about the need and strategies for protecting the marine environment. In partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), NAMEPA has created An Educator’s Guide to Marine Debris to provide educators with a tool to help students become more informed on marine debris and encourage environmental stewardship.
This comprehensive educator's guide can be used by formal and non-formal educators to provide interactive ways to bring the marine environment into the classroom. It also highlights fun, hands-on learning techniques in outdoor settings to enhance ocean literacy. All lesson plans are aligned with NGSS.
The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) is a non-profit with a mission to educate students, seafarers, and the general public on the importance of marine environment conservation.
IJECEE Vol. 5 (2) publishes scholarly articles pertinent to the education of all young children (birth to eight years), and is available in print or for free download. Environmental Education: Addressing, Issues, Policies, Practices, and Research That Matter
Passing It On is a digital storytelling project made possible by a partnership between Great Smoky Mountains Association and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This project guides students in the creation of written reports and mini-documentaries based on interviews with community elders about a Smokies-related theme.
Enterprise in Space and Remember the Rainforest, an Eco education project have joined forces to create Earth Science lessons K-12. EIS strongly endorses the preservation, celebration, and renewal of our Earth.