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Tri-Agency Climate Education Collection

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Climate Change Learning Studios: Teaming up for Global Climate Change Literacy
The National Commission on Teaching and America's Future (NCTAF), in partnership with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) and Howard County Public Schools, will develop Global Climate Change Learning ...

Funding Agency: NASA

Nuestra Tierra Dinamica: Global Climate Change STEM Education Fostering Environmental Stewardship
The proposing team is comprised by OpEPA USA (Organization for Environmental Education and Protection 501©3) and Boulder based CLACE (Latin-American Center for Arts, Education and Science) in partnership with the ...

Funding Agency: NASA

Global Climate Change, International Food Security, and Local Sustainability: Collaborative Course Development and Sharing Among Institutions Serving Diverse and Underserved Learners
This project leverages GCCE-funded climate change educational learning resources, the infrastructure and capabilities of University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) in virtual coursework and on-line learning, and supplies ...

Funding Agency: NASA

Innovative Multidisciplinary Climate Change Education: Merging STEM Concepts and Climate Change Mitigation
The College of Menominee Nation (CMN) is one of four Tribal Colleges currently holding NASA Earth Systems, Technology and Energy Education for MUREP-Minority University Research and Education Project (ESTEEM) ...

Audience Type: Students
Funding Agency: NASA

Climate Resiliency in the Salish Sea
The goals of this project are to (1) incorporate remote sensing tools, such as GIS training, into an interdisciplinary program to increase students' understanding and awareness of climate resiliency, while (2) ...

Funding Agency: NASA

Inspiring Climate Education Excellence (ICEE): Teacher Prof Dev for Effective Instruction in Climate Sci Literacy
The ICEE team will develop teacher professional development to address climate science content and the pedagogical skills necessary for effective instruction, such as addressing controversy in the classroom, ...

Grade Level: High School (9-12)
Product Type: Curriculum, Video/Radio/Webcasts
Audience Type: Educators
Funding Agency: NASA