HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER OPPORTUNITY: LIFELINES FOR HIGH SCHOOL CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION

Help form and be part of professional learning communities (PLCs) to share curriculum resources and best practices for teaching courses that focus on global systems. This NASA-funded project is seeking high school teachers as leaders and participants in PLCs that will start out focusing on topics related to teaching about climate change, but then can focus on any topics of mutual interest for the PLC members to help them improve the courses they teach. The project is based at Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, and will make heavy use of distance-communication techniques (tele-meetings) using the simplest and most effective meeting techniques possible. Teacher-Leaders receive $500/year for up to 2 years. PLC members receive $100/year for up to 2 years. See flier, more details, and online application form at the Lifelines web page http://www.lawrencehallofscience.org/gss/lifelines.

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