Toxic Past, Green Futures: Environmental Justice and Justice-Centered Phenomena in STEM Grades 6-12

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Toxic Past, Green Futures: Environmental Justice and Justice-Centered Phenomena in STEM Grades 6-12

Join Xochitl Garcia & Laura Diaz of Science Friday and Share My Lesson for an educational webinar on our environment.

Wednesday, March 24, 2021
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Why do some communities bear a higher pollution burden than others? Which communities will be most heavily hit by our rapidly warming climate? How can we work with students to research, investigate, and fight for environmental justice?

Join educators from public radio’s Science Friday as we break down environmental justice work in the classroom, share some clear strategies for moving students from research to action, and examine justice-centered phenomenon as an aspect of antiracist STEM practice.

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Available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

Share My Lesson is now a New York State Education Department-approved provider for Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) requirements. Step 1: Upon completion of the Share My Lesson webinar, download your PD certificate of completion. Step 2: Complete CTLE certificate. Step 3: Send both your CTLE certificate AND Share My Lesson PD certificate of completion to [email protected].

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The information seemed like it could be good and very useful in the classroom. The presentation was hard to get through; too many "like" was every other word.
March 2021
This was so inspiring. I love the way you kept reminding us to steep the learning in investigations and using data to help students deep dive and ask questions.
March 2021
The presenters did a great job conveying the what, why and how of teaching for environmental justice. Very inspiring!