Identifying local environmental justice phenomena for science and engineering investigations
- A practice brief with embedded resources, including concrete ideas for environmental justice-centered learning, national databases of environmental information, and criteria for selecting EJ phenomena.
- Use with educators, families, administrators, professional learning providers to help them understand why and how they might select scientific phenomena through a lens of environmental justice to help students advocate for a healthy community.
- STEM Teaching Tools at the Institute for Science + Math Education
People to Contact:
Dr. Philip Bell, UW Institute of Science + Math Education [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Pinney, J., Robinson, M., Miller-Way, T., Bell, P., & Morrison, D. L. (2022). Identifying local environmental justice phenomena for science and engineering investigations. https://stemteachingtools.org/brief/87. University of Washington. STEM Teaching Tools.