Green Teacher (GT) has a mission of enhancing environmental literacy among young learners by equipping both practicing and aspiring environmental educators in all contexts with innovative, relevant, evidence-based resources. This serves the mission of ensuring that each successive generation of young learners is more environmentally literate than the last. GT has five channels of operations: a quarterly digital magazine, books, webinars, professional development and consulting, and the Talking with Green Teachers podcast.
At a glance:
- Resource Type: Education Materials & Resources, Professional Development
- Audiences: Adults, College/University Students, Elementary (K-Grade 5) Students, Families, High School (Grades 9-12) Students, Homeschools, Middle School (Grades 6-8) Students, Nonformal Educators, Parents, Public and/or Private Schools, Special Needs, Teachers/Formal Educators, Youth Groups/Scouts
- Environmental Focus: Biodiversity, Climate Change/Weather, EE Best Practices, Environmental Justice, Nature Awareness, Sustainability
- Academic Focus: Art – Performing, Art – Visual, Career & Technical Education, Civics/Social Studies, Engineering, Health, Language Arts/Literacy, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science, Social Emotional Learning, Technology