Peggy Harte, Solano County Office of Education’s new program manager of environmental literacy and instruction, describes her path as a leader in California science education, and how inquiry-based environmental literacy can positively impact student learning.
We share an interview with Ten Strands CEO Karen Cowe, originally published by CASE to accompany the announcement that Ten Strands and the California Environmental Literacy Initiative are 2020 winners of the California Association of Science Educators‘ (CASE) Distinguished Contribution Award!
This week we are sharing a story originally published by the California Association of Science Educators written by Juanita Chan and Lizbeth Mariscal of Rialto Unified School District about the importance of environmental education amidst the uncertainty of the global pandemic.
Trena Noval and Ana Raquel Thomas, co-founders of The Creativity Lab, are featured in an article focused on a classroom approach to connecting the environment, racial justice, and creativity.
This week we are sharing an article written by Constance Moore and Trena Noval, co-leaders of Our Changing Planet, a district-wide project of Alameda Unified School District for teacher professional development in environmental literacy, justice, and creativity.
This week we are sharing an article written by Ed Lyon, California Association of Science Educators’ four-year college director, about the 2019 climate summit where K–12 educators gained valuable professional learning to teach about climate change in their classrooms.
This week we are sharing an article written by Megan Anderson and Gabriella Rubino, two social science educators in Salinas, California. Their article highlights how history-social science instruction can integrate environmental learning to help students understand their role in history and on the planet.
This week we are sharing an article written by Rob Wade, outdoor education and science coordinator for the Plumas County Office of Education. In his article, Rob discusses outdoor learning and education strategies in Plumas County, which are facilitated by teacher leaders and local partners.