What grade would you give humanity as Earth's dominant global species? How are our current three global environmental crises related? A brief video and associated articles help learners get a deeper understanding of humanity's global role and how our global environmental crises are interrelated.
Learning from Indigenous Ways of Knowing is a blog post from Heather Krause at We All Count (a project for equity in data science) which explores "existing ways that Indigenous cultures around the world create knowledge and solve problems with data." The blog is a living document and the team is actively looking for feedback and improvements from the community.
The Martius-Spix expedition traveled to the Brazilian rainforest in 1817, leaving a remarkable record for scholars young and old. We are happy to announce the second edition of RTR1 which includes the long-lost Volume 3, The Amazon !
Looking for creative ways to bring climate change into your classroom? Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs has compiled some of the best student films from our Ocean Awareness Contest archives. Created by youth from all over the world, these short films explore the many ways climate change affects ocean and human health.
With the pandemic forcing many industries to adapt accordingly, we have seen early learning programs and preschools having to pivot as well. One way they have been doing this is moving their program outdoors in order to comply with social distancing regulations - here's how it's done and what you need to be aware of.
This online lesson plan, developed by the Orangutan Gang, allows teachers to mix and match four activities including fillable virtual worksheets, video discussions, and online research. Students of all educational levels can learn about orangutans and palm oil and design their own conservation projects through a virtual online classroom space.