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Center for Engineering, Science and Mathematics Education

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Classroom Resources

Learning to Give provides resources and professional development opportunities so teachers can implement and provide more philanthropy education to students. Their vision is, "a world where all youth are knowledgeable and equipped for lifelong engagement in philanthropy as givers of time, talent, and treasure for the common good."


Teacher Stories is a site that shines a spotlight on inspiring and memorable stories about teachers, and the profound impact many of them have on their students. They are hopeful that these stories will call attention to the critical role that teachers play in our lives and serve as a reminder that good teaching matters. 


Get the Facts Out is an NSF funded partnership between the Colorado School of Mines and four national societies: American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, American Association of Physics Teachers, and the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. GFO is a unique project that is designed to reach STEM majors in a large fraction of all U.S. mathematics, chemistry and physics departments and has potential to significantly address teacher shortages in these high-need STEM disciplines.Visit the Get The Facts Out website by clicking here!


The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change

The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change is a book that includes both the basics of climate change science and perspectives on teaching a subject that has become socially and politically polarized. The focus audience is high school Earth science and environmental science teachers, and it is written with an eye toward the kind of information and graphics that a secondary school teacher might need in the classroom. It is the tenth book in our Teacher-Friendly Guide series. Visit the website to download the free guide and check out the workshops, videos and toolkits they offer to help develop lesson plans for teaching climate science. Click here to visit the site!

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