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Teaching Climate Change Essentials (Grad Credit)

Teaching Climate Change Essentials is a six-week program designed to engage and equip elementary, middle, and high school teachers with the tools needed to successfully incorporate climate change into their classrooms, regardless of grade level, subject, or state standards. This empowering, facilitated, online program addresses the questions and challenges around teaching climate change. Facilitated by instructional leaders and subject matter experts, it provides 2 Graduate Credits.

Questions? Email us at: k12team@presidio.edu

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Explain the fundamentals of climate science literacy
  2. Analyze how climate change impacts the planet and people, especially people in marginalized communities
  3. Design entry points to include these fundamentals in a variety of existing K-12 curricula
  4. Discover and adapt real-world curricula and resources for use in classrooms and
  5. Compare and contrast climate change solutions that teachers and students might participate in personally, locally, and globally.

More
Starts Starts: 1/17/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 2/24/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
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Teaching Climate Change Essentials (PD)

Teaching Climate Change Essentials is a six-week program designed to engage and equip elementary, middle, and high school teachers with the tools needed to successfully incorporate climate change into their classrooms, regardless of grade level, subject, or state standards. This empowering, facilitated, online program addresses the questions and challenges around teaching climate change. Facilitated by instructional leaders and subject matter experts, it provides 30 Professional Development Hours or 3 Continuing Education Units.

Questions? Email us at: k12team@presidio.edu

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Explain the fundamentals of climate science literacy
  2. Analyze how climate change impacts the planet and people, especially people in marginalized communities 
  3. Design entry points to include these fundamentals in a variety of existing K-12 curricula 
  4. Discover and adapt real-world curricula and resources for use in classrooms and
  5. Compare and contrast climate change solutions that teachers and students might participate in personally, locally, and globally.

More
Starts Starts: 1/17/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 2/24/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching About Extreme Weather (Grad Credit)

This course provides K-12 teachers with an opportunity to explore the driving forces behind extreme weather events, specifically those occurring where they live. While not all extreme weather events are correlated to climate change, climate change is playing an increasingly primary role. 

During this Teaching Extreme Weather course, teachers will create a lesson or series of lessons focused on extreme weather that align to the Next Generation Science Standards as well as to State Standards for their grade level. The course prepares teachers to help their students understand the causes behind disruptive extreme weather events as well as what can be done to mitigate for them. 

Facilitated by our lead online course designer and instructional coach, it provides 1 Graduate Credit.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  1. Explain the fundamentals of extreme weather 
  2. Analyze how climate change and extreme weather events are related 
  3. Explore regional extreme weather events in the US
  4. Design a lesson or series of lessons that include extreme weather events
More
Starts Starts: 1/23/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 3/3/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching About Extreme Weather (PD)

This course provides K-12 teachers with an opportunity to explore the driving forces behind extreme weather events, specifically those occurring where they live. While not all extreme weather events are correlated to climate change, climate change is playing an increasingly primary role. 

During this Teaching Extreme Weather course, teachers will create a lesson or series of lessons focused on extreme weather that align to the Next Generation Science Standards as well as to State Standards for their grade level. The course prepares teachers to help their students understand the causes behind disruptive extreme weather events as well as what can be done to mitigate for them. 

Facilitated by our lead online course designer and instructional coach, it provides 15 Professional Development Hours or 1.5 Continuing Education Units. 

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  1. Explain the fundamentals of extreme weather 
  2. Analyze how climate change and extreme weather events are related 
  3. Explore regional extreme weather events in the US
  4. Design a lesson or series of lessons that include extreme weather events 
More
Starts Starts: 1/23/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 3/3/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching Climate Justice (Grad Credit)
This course gives K-12 educators the opportunity to explore the important topics of climate change and environmental justice. The course begins with the fundamentals of weather, climate and global warming. The history of environmental justice and the emerging and growing climate justice movement is examined. Alongside this, the implications of the inequitable impact of climate change and global warming on marginalized communities is discussed and an opportunity to use the EPA EJSCREENING tool. The course also focuses on how to inspire change and action. There is a focus on the important role that getting students, especially those from inner-city and urban communities, out in nature to improve physical and mental health and inspire a commitment to care for the environment can play. Teachers will also examine how they and their students can partner with community organizations to access resources and amplify the voices of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities to address climate injustice.
The course is facilitated by instructional leaders and subject matter experts and provides 15 Professional Development Hours or 1.5 Continuing Education Units. To enroll in the course for graduate credit, please email k12@presidio.edu.

Questions? Email us at: k12team@presidio.edu

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  1. Explain the fundamentals of weather and climate and the impact of global warming
  2. Examine the history of climate justice 
  3. Analyze the implications of climate change and its disproportionate effect on marginalized populations
  4. Research community partners and resources.
More
Starts Starts: 2/6/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 3/6/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching Climate Justice (PD)
This course gives K-12 educators the opportunity to explore the important topics of climate change and environmental justice. The course begins with the fundamentals of weather, climate and global warming. The history of environmental justice and the emerging and growing climate justice movement is examined. Alongside this, the implications of the inequitable impact of climate change and global warming on marginalized communities is discussed and an opportunity to use the EPA EJSCREENING tool. The course also focuses on how to inspire change and action. There is a focus on the important role that getting students, especially those from inner-city and urban communities, out in nature to improve physical and mental health and inspire a commitment to care for the environment can play. Teachers will also examine how they and their students can partner with community organizations to access resources and amplify the voices of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities to address climate injustice.
The course is facilitated by instructional leaders and subject matter experts and provides 15 Professional Development Hours or 1.5 Continuing Education Units. To enroll in the course for graduate credit, please email k12@presidio.edu.

Questions? Email us at: k12team@presidio.edu

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  1. Explain the fundamentals of weather and climate and the impact of global warming
  2. Examine the history of climate justice 
  3. Analyze the implications of climate change and its disproportionate effect on marginalized populations
  4. Research community partners and resources.
More
Starts Starts: 2/6/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 3/6/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching Climate Justice (Grad Credit)
This course gives K-12 educators the opportunity to explore the important topics of climate change and environmental justice. The course begins with the fundamentals of weather, climate and global warming. The history of environmental justice and the emerging and growing climate justice movement is examined. Alongside this, the implications of the inequitable impact of climate change and global warming on marginalized communities is discussed and an opportunity to use the EPA EJSCREENING tool. The course also focuses on how to inspire change and action. There is a focus on the important role that getting students, especially those from inner-city and urban communities, out in nature to improve physical and mental health and inspire a commitment to care for the environment can play. Teachers will also examine how they and their students can partner with community organizations to access resources and amplify the voices of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities to address climate injustice.
The course is facilitated by instructional leaders and subject matter experts and provides 15 Professional Development Hours or 1.5 Continuing Education Units. To enroll in the course for graduate credit, please email k12@presidio.edu.

Questions? Email us at: k12team@presidio.edu

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  1. Explain the fundamentals of weather and climate and the impact of global warming
  2. Examine the history of climate justice 
  3. Analyze the implications of climate change and its disproportionate effect on marginalized populations
  4. Research community partners and resources.
More
Starts Starts: 3/13/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 4/17/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching Climate Justice (PD)
This course gives K-12 educators the opportunity to explore the important topics of climate change and environmental justice. The course begins with the fundamentals of weather, climate and global warming. The history of environmental justice and the emerging and growing climate justice movement is examined. Alongside this, the implications of the inequitable impact of climate change and global warming on marginalized communities is discussed and an opportunity to use the EPA EJSCREENING tool. The course also focuses on how to inspire change and action. There is a focus on the important role that getting students, especially those from inner-city and urban communities, out in nature to improve physical and mental health and inspire a commitment to care for the environment can play. Teachers will also examine how they and their students can partner with community organizations to access resources and amplify the voices of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities to address climate injustice.
The course is facilitated by instructional leaders and subject matter experts and provides 15 Professional Development Hours or 1.5 Continuing Education Units. To enroll in the course for graduate credit, please email k12@presidio.edu.

Questions? Email us at: k12team@presidio.edu

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  1. Explain the fundamentals of weather and climate and the impact of global warming
  2. Examine the history of climate justice 
  3. Analyze the implications of climate change and its disproportionate effect on marginalized populations
  4. Research community partners and resources.
More
Starts Starts: 3/13/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 4/17/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching Climate Change Essentials (Grad Credit)

Teaching Climate Change Essentials is a six-week program designed to engage and equip elementary, middle, and high school teachers with the tools needed to successfully incorporate climate change into their classrooms, regardless of grade level, subject, or state standards. This empowering, facilitated, online program addresses the questions and challenges around teaching climate change. Facilitated by instructional leaders and subject matter experts, it provides 2 Graduate Credits.

Questions? Email us at: k12team@presidio.edu

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Explain the fundamentals of climate science literacy
  2. Analyze how climate change impacts the planet and people, especially people in marginalized communities
  3. Design entry points to include these fundamentals in a variety of existing K-12 curricula
  4. Discover and adapt real-world curricula and resources for use in classrooms and
  5. Compare and contrast climate change solutions that teachers and students might participate in personally, locally, and globally.

More
Starts Starts: 3/20/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 4/28/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching Climate Change Essentials (PD)

Teaching Climate Change Essentials is a six-week program designed to engage and equip elementary, middle, and high school teachers with the tools needed to successfully incorporate climate change into their classrooms, regardless of grade level, subject, or state standards. This empowering, facilitated, online program addresses the questions and challenges around teaching climate change. Facilitated by instructional leaders and subject matter experts, it provides 30 Professional Development Hours or 3 Continuing Education Units.

Questions? Email us at: k12team@presidio.edu

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Explain the fundamentals of climate science literacy
  2. Analyze how climate change impacts the planet and people, especially people in marginalized communities 
  3. Design entry points to include these fundamentals in a variety of existing K-12 curricula 
  4. Discover and adapt real-world curricula and resources for use in classrooms and
  5. Compare and contrast climate change solutions that teachers and students might participate in personally, locally, and globally.
More
Starts Starts: 3/20/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 4/28/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching About Extreme Weather (Grad Credit)

This course provides K-12 teachers with an opportunity to explore the driving forces behind extreme weather events, specifically those occurring where they live. While not all extreme weather events are correlated to climate change, climate change is playing an increasingly primary role. 

During this Teaching Extreme Weather course, teachers will create a lesson or series of lessons focused on extreme weather that align to the Next Generation Science Standards as well as to State Standards for their grade level. The course prepares teachers to help their students understand the causes behind disruptive extreme weather events as well as what can be done to mitigate for them. 

Facilitated by our lead online course designer and instructional coach, it provides 1 Graduate Credit.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  1. Explain the fundamentals of extreme weather 
  2. Analyze how climate change and extreme weather events are related 
  3. Explore regional extreme weather events in the US
  4. Design a lesson or series of lessons that include extreme weather events
More
Starts Starts: 4/3/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 5/1/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
Teaching About Extreme Weather (PD)

This course provides K-12 teachers with an opportunity to explore the driving forces behind extreme weather events, specifically those occurring where they live. While not all extreme weather events are correlated to climate change, climate change is playing an increasingly primary role. 

During this Teaching Extreme Weather course, teachers will create a lesson or series of lessons focused on extreme weather that align to the Next Generation Science Standards as well as to State Standards for their grade level. The course prepares teachers to help their students understand the causes behind disruptive extreme weather events as well as what can be done to mitigate for them. 

Facilitated by our lead online course designer and instructional coach, it provides 15 Professional Development Hours or 1.5 Continuing Education Units. 

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  1. Explain the fundamentals of extreme weather 
  2. Analyze how climate change and extreme weather events are related 
  3. Explore regional extreme weather events in the US
  4. Design a lesson or series of lessons that include extreme weather events 
More
Starts Starts: 4/3/2023 12:00 AM
Ends Ends: 5/1/2023 11:59 PM
Pricing Pricing:
Location Location:
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