Navigating the Political Dimensions of Climate Change Teaching and Learning
- A practice brief with many embedded resources to help educators navigate the politics of climate learning, including background information on the inherently political nature of STEM, the difference between indoctrination and critical thinking, and how to unpack language of climate change learning with students.
- Use with educators, families, administrators, professional learning providers to help them envision how they might engage students in climate change learning despite attempts to politicize it.
- 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]
Morrison, D., Macnevin, B., & Bell, P. (2021). Navigating the Political Dimensions of Climate Change Teaching and Learning. https://stemteachingtools.org/brief/78. University of Washington, STEM Teaching Tools.