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Taking on Climate Change with Courage

Taking on Climate Change with Courage

I remember the day I was invited to attend a group meeting with Dr. Deborah Ball to learn more about discretionary spaces and how these small interactions carry such great weight in classrooms. I was so excited to chat more with her about teacher…
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Age Appropriate Climate Education and Conservation Messaging

Age Appropriate Climate Education and Conservation Messaging

As educators, we want to provide experiences that are relevant and authentic. So when learning can be tied to a current issue such as climate change, it is tempting to dive in with gusto to leverage the enthusiasm, engagement and even concern of our…
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Resources for Teaching About Forest Fires and Climate Change

The topic of wildfires presents a peculiar challenge for teachers examining anthropogenic climate change in our state. Forest fires are now frequently used to depict the effects of climate change. However, as I discussed in my essay “Backfire: How…
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