Our Beautiful Planet
Our Beautiful Planet is a series of compelling 5-7 minute science films highlighting the cutting-edge research that climate scientists are doing to solve some of the world’s most pressing issues.
NSTA, The Climate Initiative, and Kikim Media have partnered to launch these films and this collection of classroom-ready lesson plans that highlight the science and engineering practices scientists use to explain the phenomenon of climate change.
Access this fantastic resource HERE
Learning Labs from The Climate Initiative
Learning Labs are free, multi-disciplinary modules that introduce climate issues through the high school classroom (online or in-person) and bring them to life in a student’s local landscape. Access the labs HERE
From Science Friday
- Earth Day and the Evolution of the Environmental Movement From the first Earth Day in 1970 to today’s youth climate strikes, researchers and activists look back at the decades-long fight for a healthy planet.. Access the resource HERE
- 10 Questions with the Father of Environmental Justice. Since 1979, Robert Bullard has studied the disproportionate impacts of pollution on communities of color. He reflects on the past and future of the environmental justice movement. Access the resource HERE
The new STEM Climate Change Teaching Tools portal contains:
- STEM Teaching Tools on climate,
- Examples assessments for your immediate use
- Climate and Environmental Justice in Education graduate-level course taught by Philip Bell and Nancy Price at the University of Washington.
- New resources will be added to this portal over time.
Here is the link: http://stemteachingtools.org/sp/climate-learning