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Tips and tools for teaching climate science & solutions.
For instructional graphics, research on effective science communication to various audiences and much more, visit:
The 48-pp Psychology of Climate Change Communication: A Guide for Scientists, Journalists, Educators, Political Aides and the Interested Public is from Columbia University's Center for Research on Environmental Decisions. It's easy to read, and available free, as a digital download or hard copy.
For instructional frameworks, podcasts, activities and more, Green Teacher is a reliable source. Check out its Climate Resource Hub.
Here's a free 8-pp comic book for kids 6-12 years old from National Public Radio. Download it for free for your students, Sunday School class, Scouts or discussions with your own inquisitive kids or grandkids.
We can, you can, Louisville CAN!
"We had some challenges with integrating Core Content's climate science across our curriculum, but LCAN's Professional Development workshop was a big help. And we're better at answering the perennial question, 'Why do we have to learn this stuff?'"
MARSHA W., PATRICIA C. and JASON M, high school teachers
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