We share a story written by Robyn Stone, instructional coach for the San Mateo Environmental Learning Collaborative, about how teachers are creating solutionary units of study to help students see the interconnections between themselves and the environment around them.
Ten Strands K–12 Program Manager Dr. Amy Frame discusses last fall’s Environmental and Climate Change Literacy Project and Summit (ECCLPS).
Bill Andrews, from the Water, Energy, and Education Alliance (WEEA), writes about environmental career pathways and partnerships between school districts and the energy and water sectors.
Kavita Gupta shares information about a 2019 Youth Climate Action Summit and the Youth Participatory Action Research model. Unfortunately, the 2020 Youth Climate Action Summit was cancelled due to COVID-19.
Shelley, Brooks, program coordinator for the California History–Social Science Project, shares her story.
Michele Whiteaker, creator of free online community resource FunOrangeCountyParks.com, shares her experiences with environmental literacy as a parent.
San Diego-based science educator Crystal Howe writes about her role in introducing teachers in San Diego to local environmental phenomena that can be used as a focus for instruction both in and out of the classroom.
Nathan Fairchild, director of science programs at Shasta County Office of Education, discusses the use of outdoor outings to support educators teaching Next Generation Science Standards.