|Finding the Pulse of Nature through Guided Inquiry in Nature-Based Citizen Science
|After my middle schoolers completed a year-long series of nature observations using technology tools, one of my students epiphanized, “I never knew the trees could tell us things. It’s like they’re talking in their own way.”
|Teaching Climate Science and Resilience with Computer Simulations
|Computer simulations are a powerful method for students to explore and understand how their actions can help mitigate the effects of climate change.
|Professional Development: Yosemite Field Institute
|A short course for science teachers at Yosemite National Park changed how three Fellows use outdoor education in their classrooms.
|Worms, Bunny-Huggers, and the Triple Bottom Line: Multidisciplinary Projects for Environmental Education
|If interdisciplinary project-based learning is such an effective path to learning, why are these examples not the norm in classrooms across the country?