Self-Paced Course to Increase Confidence Around Climate Topics
To celebrate 50 years of Earth Day, Project WET has teamed up with the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and Project WILD to launch a freeonline professional learning opportunity on climate topics on March 23, 2020. This self-paced course will prepare educators to lead their students in a full week of climate education, community building, and storytelling. Educators who complete the course will receive access to two activities from Project WET’s Climate, Water and Resilience Educator Guide, as well as Project WILDclimate activities and NWF resources.
At the Field Museum in Chicago, children and adults can explore plants and animals, world cultures, earth science, and more. One of the favorite attractions is Máximo, the world’s largestdinosaur. Students can get to know Máximo by striking up a conversation through online chat or text message.
As protests over George Floyd’s death continue across the country, Black Lives Matter (BLM) at School offers a new, freecurriculum resource guide for K–12 teachers, covering racism, social justice, and diversity.