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CLEAN Collection: Call for Educational Resources
We are seeking nominations of digital educational materials to be reviewed for possible inclusion in the CLEAN collection. We welcome submissions that:
are directly focused on one of the literacies from the
Climate Literacy Framework
Energy Literacy Framework
are educational activities or are interactive tools, visualizations, maps, or datasets that can be used to create classroom, lab, or field activities.
Note that general websites addressing many aspects of climate or energy science are not as useful as specific ones geared toward a focused topic. Explore some
for a better understanding of the types of materials appropriate to CLEAN.
To suggest a resource, please fill out the form below. Each submission will be reviewed by a panel as the collection is expanded. If you are the developer of the resource and want the CLEAN team to contact you with the reviewers' comments, please indicate this below.
Institution or affiliation
Title of resource
URL of resource
Your email address
I am the developer of the resource.
Type of Resource
Please select the type of material that is contained in the website you are recommending.
An educational activity such as a project, assignment, interactive lecture or classroom activity
Materials than can be used to create educational activities. This includes interactive tools, graphics, datasets or maps.
Websites that are entirely content (for example an essay describing the greenhouse effect) are not nearly as useful as tools or materials that can be used directly in the classroom.
Additional description or comments
Climate and Energy Educational Resources
Teaching Climate and Energy
CLEAN Network Teleconferences
Climate Change Education Projects
About the Network
About this Project
CLEAN is funded by grants from the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
(NA12OAR4310143, NA12OAR4310142), the
National Science Foundation
(DUE-0938051, DUE-0938020, DUE-0937941) and the
Department of Energy
. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
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