Exploring Climate Justice Learning: Visions, Challenges, and Opportunities

  • In this guest editorial for NSTA, Drs. Deb L. Morrison and Philip Bell survey the current landscape of youth climate justice education and activism, providing links to key organizations and resources, and proposing the opportunities educators have to engage students in this type of learning. A set of educator reflection questions is provided for readers to reflect and collaborate with others.¬†
  • Use with educators, administrators, and professional learning providers as an introduction to the growing field of climate justice learning and to help them envision how and why they might engage students in climate justice learning in their own specific contexts.

Organization Info:

People to Contact: 

  • Dr. Deb L. Morrison, UW Institute of Science + Math Education [eddeb@uw.edu]

Dr. Philip Bell, UW Institute of Science + Math Education [pbell@uw.edu]

Link to Resource
Citation

Morrison, D.L., and P. Bell. 2021. Guest editorial: Exploring climate justice learning: Visions, challenges, and opportunities. Connected Science Learning 3 (5). https://www.nsta.org/connected-science-learning/connected-science-learning-september-october-2021/guest-editorial

Resource Creator
NSTA
Language
English
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CLEAR Environmental Contributor
Last Updated
February 28, 2023
Resource Topic:
Climate Justice Learning
K-12 Education
Science Education
Resource Created on
February 28, 2023