What is the Teach Climate Network?
Join a national network of teachers dedicated to teaching climate change! The Teach Climate Network provides teaching tips, resources, inspiration, and community networking with educators from all disciplines, grade levels, and educational settings.
What do I get?
- Monthly Teach Climate Tips in your inbox!
- Resources and curriculum to help you teach climate.
- Early bird notifications of our professional development opportunities, trainings, and events!
- Access to the Teach Climate Network Hub, an online platform for members to connect, learn, and participate in online events.
Where are teachers located?
Educators in the network are from all across the country! Check out our Teach Climate Network Map to see if there are members in your state. Join the network to connect with teachers in your area and to bring climate change education to your community!
We are continually inspired by the work you do to bring climate change concepts into your classroom. Whether you have just begun or have been integrating climate change for a long time, we want to hear from you! Share your story with us about why you teach climate.
2022 Summer Institute for Climate Change Education
Join Teach Climate Network educators and Climate Generation at the 17th annual Summer Institute for Climate Change Education in July 2022. Gain the skills to bring climate change into your educational setting, whether it be a classroom, nature center, or museum! Learn more here.
Join us for a series based on five best practices of climate change education and featuring the most popular resources, tips, and tools from our Summer Institute for Climate Change Education. If you can’t attend live, the links to the recordings will be posted after each workshop.
Teach Climate Network Workshop: Shifting Power and Voice to Marginalized Communities
Wednesday, January 19, 12:00pm CT
Engage with the voices and ideas of marginalized peoples and frontline communities, and work with others to reimagine lessons informed by trauma, anti-racism, and equity at the intersection of climate change.
Expected duration: 12:00-1:00pm CT
All workshop registrants will have access to the workshop recording.
Teach Climate Network Workshop: Exploring Climate Change through Extreme Weather Phenomenon
Wednesday, September 29, 12 p.m. CT
Exploring climate change through the lens of phenomena, such as extreme weather events, allows educators and students to see directly the impacts, and possible solutions, to climate change on a regional level. Join Climate Generation educator Seth Spencer as we explore extreme weather events, how they are connected to climate change, and how to engage your students in finding potential solutions.
Teach Climate Network Workshop: Personalizing and localizing climate change through the power of our stories
Wednesday, October 20, 6:00pm CT
Using personal connections and storytelling allows us to share our own climate stories, and can engage and inspire communities towards climate action. Join us as we explore how to support and empower students in uncovering their climate stories and learn how writing, art, and personal connection are powerful tools for climate solutions.
Teach Climate Network Workshop: Scientific and Social Solutions
Wednesday, November 3, 12:00pm CT
Learn about COP26 (Conference of the Parties) taking place in Glasgow, Scotland.
Discover the importance of policy, funding, and collaboration in finding climate change solutions, and discover resources to connect your students with the climate change solutions developed at this year’s U.N. Climate Change Conference.
Teach Climate Network Workshop: Supporting Youth Leaders
Thursday, December 16, 6:00pm CT
Talk with youth in the climate justice movement, learn how to support diverse youth leadership, and discover ways to inspire civic engagement in your classroom. Educators who attend this session will leave with ideas of how to connect their students to climate change action and inspiring tips for supporting their students as leaders in their communities.
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