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  • Don’t miss our next collaboration with iGlobal!

    Don’t miss our next collaboration with iGlobal!

    Earlier this month, the team had the opportunity to collaborate with iGlobal. IGlobal is another organization based at the University of Illinois with the goal of providing professional development to and facilitating collaboration between teachers and students from 20 countries around the world. During each of our meetings with the teachers, we discussed our commitment […]

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  • NSTA 2022 Chicago

    NSTA 2022 Chicago

    Don’t miss our presentation! We’ll be at the Speed Sharing: Elementary Science Classrooms event to announce the launch of the Sustainable World database! Saturday, July 23, 2022 10:40 AM – 11:40 AM @ McCormick Place – W186c Photos from the event Thanks to everyone who came to our presentation. We had a great time!

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Mission statement: To foster international solidarity and support educators in making all students doers of science through the organization of global resources for sustainability education.

Vision statement: Learners inspiring solutions for global sustainability

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We’re excited to present a few of our newest resources! Check them out:

  • A Garden to Save the Birds

    A Garden to Save the Birds

    When a bird flies into their window by accident, Callum and his sister, Emmy, learn that from the outside, the glass looks just like the sky. They also learn that the United States has lost a lot of birds in recent years―and that there are lots of things their family can do to help. First, […]

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  • Building an Earthquake-Ready Future

    Building an Earthquake-Ready Future

    Using the Stanford design process, teach students to create resilient communities that can deal with the effects of earthquakes when they happen – both social and structural. Organization: Museum of New Zealand The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is New Zealand‘s national museum, located in Wellington. Usually known as Te Papa (Māori for “the treasure box“), it opened in 1998 after the […]

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  • Wild Classroom Daily Activity Plans

    Wild Classroom Daily Activity Plans

    This resource connects educators and parents with the tools and resources they need to help kids explore and understand the world around them. There are plans for 8 weeks along with all of the teacher and student resources needed. There are activity worksheets to print-out and printable classroom posters and certificates. There are also reoccurring […]

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