Type

Target Grade Level

  • K-2
  • 3-5
  • 6-8
  • 9-12

Target Subject Area

Career Readiness, Life Literacies, and Key Skills, Comprehensive Health and Physical Education, Computer Science and Design Thinking, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Visual and Performing Arts, World Languages

Topics

  • Teaching Methods
    • Climate Literacy
    • Place-Based

Curriculum Development by Grade Band (K-2, 3-5, MS, HS) [Online]

Provider: New Jersey Audubon
Cost: Free
Format: Online: Synchronous
Length of Time: 1 hour
Continuing Education Credit: Not Available
Summary
Curriculum supervisors and/or teachers will explore the interdisciplinary NJSLS that specifically reference climate change to connect observable causes and effects in their communities based on the best available science and existing data regarding the current and anticipated environmental effects of climate change. This informative session will give examples of best practices for integration of climate change standards into curriculum and provide opportunities for discussing next steps.  

Learn to access resources and create activities that include collaboration with a focus on place-based, student-generated solutions and/or design challenges for implementation during the 2022-2023 school year.

Email allison.mulch@njaudubon.org to schedule an online PD at your school or event location. 
About the Organization

New Jersey Audubon

The New Jersey Audubon Society (NJA) is a statewide, privately supported, not-for–profit, conservation organization. Founded in 1897, it is one of the oldest independent Audubon societies, as NJA has no connection with the National Audubon Society. NJA’s mission is to connect all people to nature and steward the nature of today for all people of tomorrow. NJA’s mission is governed by its organizational goals and strategic conservation priorities. The overarching goals include taking actions to sustain healthy populations of wildlife, plants, insects, and fisheries in light of the overwhelming losses of wildlife and their populations globally; supporting conservation strategies and policies that address the effects of climate change and creating resilient communities for wildlife and people; providing leadership and support for large-scale conservation initiatives addressing wildlife, land and water conservation, and environmental literacy; and ensuring New Jersey Audubon is diverse, equitable, and inclusive for the achievement of their conservation priorities.