Climate Change Resources for Educators K-12
Last year, I participated in the Climate Reality Training program led by former Vice President Al Gore in Minneapolis. This year more trainings planned. Each year, the sessions are free but travel is not included. This year the two that have been announced are in Las Vegas and San Antonio. Additional conventions will be announced as 2020 progresses. After attending the program, I made some free instant PowerPoint and PDF curriculum for teachers of K-12 students to use. The lessons are linked below. This topic is important and timely.
Carolyn’s newest book is about climate change and children help save the world.
Climate Change Captives 2035 and Project SAVE: Students Help Save the Earth (Climate Captives)
In this futuristic book about how the world has changed due to global warming students create projects to help save the earth. Living towers house those willing to stay inside community walls and resisters live in the nearby forest. The years 2019, 2027, 2028, and 2030 are especially important in this Cli-Fi middle-grade story. The dystopian ending is only for a few people who contributed to and thought they were escaping the end of life on Earth. Characters develop their own projects after researching and choosing their topics, and communicate by secret code when necessary. Endnotes provide documentation and online links for facts.
Download the free student pack at the link below:
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Thank you for reading.
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