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These are the resources for teaching environmental education to K to 12 students and other audiences. Use the filters on the left to refine your search. To start a new search, please de-select your previous choices by clicking the (-) buttons at the top.
Land Talk is an interactive map showcasing stories from around the world about how the land has changed. On its own, this is an excellent historic resource to study how areas have changed. Students and teachers can also submit conversations...
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the BC Teachers’ Federation have teamed up to create free classroom-ready materials that help students engage with the two great inconvenient truths of our time: climate change and rising inequality....
Earth School by TedEd is a collection of short videos and lessons organized by the following topics:The Nature of Our StuffThe Nature of SocietyThe Nature of NatureThe Nature of ChangeThe Nature of Individual ActionThe Nature of Collective Action
Ocean Networks Canada provides a rich bank of resources for teachers and students to introduce and explore different themes and concepts of ocean science.
The North American Association for Environmental Education has a resource bank on their website, featuring interesting articles, websites, and environmental literature. Check it out!
HCTF Education: Lesson Plans & Activity Guides on Energy, Climate, Ecology, Wetlands, Outdoors, Gardening
HCTF Education provides a resource page of lesson plans & activity guides for all grades and subjects ranging from energy to water.