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.
We need your help and input!!! The K-12 EE Guidelines for Excellence were first published in 1999 and have been updated about every five years since then. We are in the process of revising these guidelines once again. The process is iterative. Our writing team developed this second review draft. We invite you to review this draft and provide comments that will be used in the revision process.
Free resource for schools! The “Living Schoolyard Month Activity Guide” from Green Schoolyards America includes more than 130 hands-on activities--written by organizations across the US--connecting PreK-12 students to their schoolyard environment.
This resource includes a wealth of information including how you can incorporate lessons on plastic pollution into your curriculum during Climate Education Week (or any day of the year!). The variety of age appropriate activities provides a broad overview of the environmental issues surrounding the production, use, and disposal of plastic products. By understanding the complete life cycle of plastic products we use every day, we can begin to understand the impacts those products have on our climate, our environment, and our bodies.
Whether you’re a program developer, evaluator, researcher, or funder, eeRESEARCH can help you find resources to support your work and improve practice! Browse more than 1,000 research summaries and syntheses, or use a variety of tools to narrow your search to the topics, authors, or focus areas that interest you.
SYMBIOTIC EARTH explores the ideas of Lynn Margulis, a brilliant and radical scientist whose theories challenged the male-dominated scientific community and are today fundamentally changing how we look at our selves, evolution, and the environment.
Climate Access offers a handful of resources that demonstrate how to align climate and equity efforts and ensure that solutions are driven by the needs, expertise, and leadership of those most affected. Learn more about how environmental organizations can be effective allies and more with these excerpts from their latest newsletter.
PBS NewsHour recently featured a segment about the teaching of climate change in schools nationwide that included comments by NSTA Executive Director David Evans. Read the article featured in the Idaho Statesman and check out the Education News Roundup for a selection of the week's other top education news stories.
Ever wonder what Scientist’s would say about a climate change article in a newspaper or other media outlet? Here’s a resource that you may find useful whether you work with students in classrooms or community members.
LearnHowToBecome.org is a comprehensive website for students and other young professionals to find and explore resources related to a variety of careers. It includes sections on career types and paths, colleges, online education, and a resource center.
The Center for School, College & Career Resources (CSCCR) collects data to help students make smart choices about where and how they choose to attend college. They also have resources for special groups, including veterans, students with disabilites, and minority students.