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The CLEAN Network is a professionally diverse community of over 630 members committed to improving climate and energy literacy locally, regionally, nationally, and globally, to enable responsible decisions and actions. Funded by grants from NOAA, NSF and others. Includes educators toolkit.
"The primary goal of this project is to help and encourage K-12 teachers to incorporate information about climate change in classrooms outside STEM disciplines." From an interdisciplinary team at Smith College.
The Watch is a twice monthly educator e-newsletter containing curated opportunities from NOAA and NOAA partners for educators and students including webinars, workshops, and contests. There are links to educational resources and activities, conferences and reports, as well as education and science news items and information on grants, internships and jobs.
A collection of articles, role plays, simulations, stories, poems, and graphics to help breathe life into teaching about the environmental crisis, from the K-12 Rethinking School magazine. Available as PCC Library ebook
The UCAR Center for Science Education (UCAR SciEd) serves the geoscience community by amplifying and complementing the work of the National Science Foundation’s National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) member universities by reaching our audiences: K-12 educators, university faculty, students, and the public through excellence in educational programs and experiences.