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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.
The Niitsitapiisini Teacher Toolkit comes in two parts. The Blackfoot Culture section of the toolkit provides an overview of the culture and history of the Blackfoot people. This section introduces teachers to the Blackfoot world and how it has...
Wetlands 101 features eleven 5-7 minute videos regularly updated with the most current information about wetlands and Alberta’s policies. Students will receive a certificate of completion for obtaining a minimum of 80% on each of the chapter...
This Grade 4 inquiry was developed in collaboration with the Kainai Board of Education and Galileo Educational Network. The webpage includes curricular connections, information, examples, and instructions for using the web resource.
Yale Climate Connections has created a list of seven of the best new documentaries on climate change. Read the article for summaries of each documentary.
Cornell Garden Based Learning provides downloadable lesson plans for Grades 2-8 about plants and gardening.
Energy Illustrated is a web series featuring short videos that clearly illustrate and explain current trends related to energy efficiency, renewables, and electric cars.
The Indigenous Games for Children Resource is a collection of traditional Indigenous games and activities to help introduce or reconnect children to recreational and sport activities that reflect the rich cultural heritage of our Indigenous peoples...
This module addresses issues dealing with the energy from the sun, the energy needs of students in the classroom and, ultimately, our energy needs as a nation. Materials:Handouts included; photovoltaic solar cells with attached resistor, 10 Ohm (...
Ask Nature provides a variety of biomimicry and engineering unit plans, lesson plans, and design challenges. The website also features professional development online courses to help teachers embark on design challenges with their students.
Yale Climate Connections provides current articles and radio stories from around the globe about the impacts of climate change and what people are doing about it. Articles are written at a level that students can understand.
Ocean Networks Canada provides a rich bank of resources for teachers and students to introduce and explore different themes and concepts of ocean science.
A series of six lesson plans: three of these include student lab activities and the other three cover the basics of solar cells and solar electric systems.
The En-ROADS simulation model is a tool for seeing how policy can be used to limit warming to less than 2°C. This student assignment gives youth the opportunity to create their own vision for how we can reach this goal, while ensuring...
Cochrane High School has installed solar panels to support the energy needs of their school. The video shows what students had to say.
The Wild Center provides a list of climate change education resources for students, teachers, and the public. They also have a Youth Climate Summit Toolkit to support organizations in starting their own Youth Climate Summit.
The Energi Media youtube channel features short, thought provoking videos and discussion starters about news in energy, with a range of experts interviewed to unpack various aspects of the energy transition.
Lessons created by the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) and organized by grade clusters.
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ENERGYminute provides lesson plans for Grade 9 and Grade 7 science relating to sources of electrical energy, renewable and nonrenewable energy, environmental impacts, and conservation.
Solar in the Schools provides 10 free lessons complete with videos, readings, quizzes exercises and discussion forums. The lessons are written at the high school level with lessons in energy efficiency, solar thermal, solar electric, wind,...