SPRING FORWARD CURRICULA

We recognize the enormity of the challenges climate change creates. Spring Forward is dedicated to making a lasting impact through climate education and empowerment by spreading a wide net in addition to investing in a variety of strategies and learning tools. There are many different ways to work with us.; below are three proposals we have outlined, but our team would be happy to adapt based on your vision and needs. We want to do what is best for your learning environment. We have a variety of lessons for different age groups, each with an engaging presentation, activities, worksheets, and a detailed plan on what the lesson would look like. We add new content every day -- if you have specific lessons ideas you would like to see in your classroom, let us know

 

The whole school plan is an effective way to get a large group of students involved and thinking about climate change. 

As an example, learn about our lesson at the Shady Hill School or our Fayerweather Street School. 

The individual lesson plan is built for teachers who are interested in climate education but do not have the capacity for a longer lesson plan. The lesson will take students through an overview of climate change or a specific topic within climate change. Students will investigate the content through interactive activities and experiments.

As an example, learn about our lesson with Girl Scouts or our lesson with YWCA

The lesson series covers the main grounds of climate change and transform the way they view the world. Spring forward has two proposed lesson series but we work with teachers and facilitators to tweak the lessons to work best for the learning environment and community.

As an example, learn about our Ligerbots lessons.

For more information on summer camps plans, visit our summer camps page, brochure, or curriculum outline.

Spring Forward: Climate Education and Empowerment

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