SILC and other CU Boulder Environmental Education Resources
'A Changing Planet' resoources provide a series of PowerPoint and YouTube videos for Introductory Environmental Science courses for free use.
The manual is intended for teachers of middle school students and covers field studies on land cover, land use, slope, soil conditions and more.
A three-lesson curriculum was developed by the Asombro Institute to teach students aged 10-14 about how to use LandPKS to share data, information, and knowledge.
A short tutorial video showcases how to use the LandPKS mobile app to identify your soil, learn about its characteristics, and monitor changes in vegetation and soil health.
SILC Researcher Gunars Platais and colleagues produced this massively open online course (MOOC) with the objective of understanding the origins of COVID, its socio-economic consequences, and the perspectives for policy makers to reorientate our development model.
CIRES education and outreach offers teachers and students resources, workshops, and more to help people connect with CIRES science mission and research, and to increase the use and understanding of science for a sustainable future.
CLEAN encompasses over 700+ free climate and energy educational resources and ready-to-use learning resources rigorously reviewed and suitable for secondary through higher education classrooms.
Free online training modules to help guide extreme events research. Each module features learning objectives, lesson plans, content, case studies and further reading.
Earth Lab offers over 250 open tutorials covering data integration, GIS, and data intensive science that help learners with data in the R and Python programming languages. The Lab also offers a fee-based online certificate program attainable within a year’s time.
Other Notable Sustainability & Environmental Science Resources
Various modeling tools are listed here that can be applied in a useful manner to enable experimentation on a digital representation of a natural and/or human system.
NAGT supports research-based teaching through professional development workshops and the sharing of cutting edge teaching materials available here.
NESTA features resources that educators can use with their students and to enhance their own content knowledge and pedagogy. Check out NESTA's resource collections, image banks, and portals.
UN CC:Learn provides strategic advice and quality learning resources to help people, governments and businesses to understand, adapt, and build resilience to climate change.
A host of tools are highlighted here that are used to analyze and address complex systems science, knowledge and skill that are vital to study and understand today's social and natural challenges and reshape the world for the better.
The SDG Academy creates and curates graduate-level courses on sustainable development for learners around the world – – an initiative of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network.
SERC supports educators, disseminate sinformation, and engages the community through the use of workshops, websites, evaluation, research and online tools.
Serious games' primary objective is to learn and apply solutions to a complex problem. Those listed here encompass complex problems involving the environment.
Educationall resoources for teachers, students, parents or curious life-long learners to advance their knowledge of sustainability.
These visualization tools provide and present geoscience data visually; analyze and create visualizations of data for communication purposes, or creatie of visualizations from datasets that are yours or derived from another source.
WWF's Education for a Sustainable Planet aims to equip educatoors with relevant resoourses from other skilled practitioners to make Education for Sustainable Development a cornerstone of teaching practices.