Climate Change and Agriculture

Washington Green Schools, NEWESD 101 and NCESD are convening scientists and educators VIRTUALLY to investigate climate science topics, make connections to local climate-related phenomena like the impact of agriculture on air quality, and identify Next Generation Science Standards learning opportunities for students grades 6-12.
Participants who attend all sessions, complete asynchronous assignments, implement with students, and share their work in the final ZOOM will be eligible to earn up to a total of 8 free STEM clock hours from Washington Green Schools plus an implementation stipend.