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Now Accepting Applications for an All-Expenses-Paid Institute on Climate and Equity

TERC, in partnership with the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, invites high school teachers to apply for a one-week, all-expenses-paid institute on the beautiful coast of Maine, Sun 21-Sat 27 July 2024. Application deadline is March 4th 2024.

Teachers will:
  • explore the inequitable impacts of climate change
  • be inspired by sharing best practices for teaching climate equity
  • build community
  • converse with scientists
  • enjoy the tranquility of Maine woods and seashore
  • leave with a renewed sense of hope and purpose about making a difference!
Articles of Interest
What we've been reading about in STEM education trends, innovations, new studies, and much more.
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One State Mandates Teaching Climate Change in Almost All Subjects
Hechinger Report

Takeaway: Supporters of the initiative believe that educating students about climate change is crucial for their future and for developing solutions to the climate crisis.

How can TERC help: The Climate and Equity project plans to transform how climate and equity are taught by reducing teacher isolation and supporting collective growth.

STEM Fact!
Carbon dioxide is the most common greenhouse gas created by human activities. It makes up 80 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions.
PD Opportunities
Upcoming workshops, webinars, and research study opportunities for continuous growth.
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Professional Learning Network

March 6 @ 6:45-8pm EST 
Gathering Students' Reflection About Math Class, Part 2
Connect with educators who are interested in fostering equitable learning environments in elementary mathematics classrooms nationwide.
Learn More & Register

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Will You Be at SXSWedu?

Don't miss Jodi Asbell-Clarke's session!
Neurodiversity in STEM: Uniquely Talented Problem Solvers on March 6th from 2:30-3pm and her roundtable discussion Improving Instruction for Neurodiverse Learners on March 4th from 2:30-3:30pm.

Learn More Here

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