California Climate Change & Energy:
Education Resources Catalog
Professional Development for K-12 Teachers
Conferences, Workshops, Events
Portal Website and Partnership Builder. For Teachers, Students, Researchers, Community Organizations,
Government Education Programs, Museum Staff, Media, Everyone

At AAAS Conference:
Family Science Days
Global Warm'g Discovery

Teaching Climate Change in Your Classroom
Professional Development Workshops: Oct 29 and Nov 12
9:30-3:30 at SFUSD Offices. For Classroom Teachers Grades 6-8
$100 Stipend Available    Headlands Institute   

California Science Teachers Association
Conference: Oct 21-23, 2011: Pasadena
2010 Highlights -- Climate, Energy, Hands-on: Exhibits
Sessions:  Friday    Saturday

Exclusive on this Website: 2008 Listing of Sessions,
Exhibits and Events Focusing on Climate Change

Lifelines for High School Climate Change Education
Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California / NASA

Professional learning communities, support
for 320 teachers across the U.S.
in teaching climate change education for 2 years.
Now taking applications.

NASA website description
On-line application form   Flyer [1 page pdf]

In partnership with ClimateChangeEducation.Org

California Mobile Climate Science Labs
Presentations for High Schools, Middle and Elementary Schools
Teacher Professsional Development

More Listings on these Sites:

Solar Schoolhouse

Slideshow Introduction

Solar Schoolhouse Summer Institute for Educators

CREEC: California Regional Enviro. Education Community

Resource Directory -- Emphasis on K 12 Schools
Searches: Climate Change; Global Warming
Bay Area Region
   Network Leadership   CA State Standards Funding Opportunities   California Department of Education Environmental Education

State of California's
Energy Quest

Peak -- Energy Coalition K12 Program
• Bay Area  • San Diego  • Southern California
PEAK is a comprehensive standards-based physical science education
program designed to empower elementary and middle school students with
the knowledge to manage energy use in their homes, schools, and
communities. Through PEAK students gain the skills to reduce home
energy use by up to 10%. In addition, schools involved with PEAK exhibit
reductions in theit energy use. 

Annual Events

For public & private K-12 teachers,
students, parents, administrators
and community members.
8am - 5pm
Mexican Heritage Plaza in San José

Teachers: CEU credits available
Last Held:

     2010 Conference Report

6th Annual Summer Math, Science & CTE
Conference for K-14 Teachers & Future Teachers

June 1 & 2 (Wed. & Thurs.)
Main Campus, City College of San Francisco

With Mobile Climate Science Labs Professional Development
Presented by CCSF, SFSU, SFUSD

Continuing Education: 2011 Sierra Nevada
Climate Change & Field Investigations Institute

July 5 - 10, 2011   Registration Application
Sierra Nevada Teacher Institute Encore for 2010 Participants
2009 Flyer (1 page pdf)   2009 web page
Held each summer    Standards Aligned for grades 6-12
2008 Cal Alive! Newsletter description [8 pg pdf]
CIB, Calif State Parks & Sierra Nevada Teach Institute

Examples of Previous Events

Teaching Climate Change in Your Classroom
June 21 and 22    1033 Fort Cronkhite Sausalito
$200 Stipend    Headlands Institute   
Includes version of hands-on science demonstration developed by for use by teachers.

2007 AAAS Conference
Events Held for Teachers,
Families, Kids, Students
Photos Videos

Training for Summer Camp Educators
Professional Development and Resource Fair

hands-on science demos on Climate Change,
Ocean Acidification & Solutions. Making your own.

Wednesday April 21    10AM – 3PM
First Unitarian Church 1187 Franklin St. San Francisco
Sponsored by New Day for Learning, DCYF, and SFUSD

California Academy of Sciences Bioforum
at the PG&E Pacific Energy Center

Adapting to Climate C.: Challenges & Prospects
Sat., April 17, 9am - 3pm
851 Howard St. San Francisco        Registration $25

Climate Educator Conference, NASA/JPL
May 1-2, 2010 Pre-registration, postmarked by April 26, is required.
Presentations by JPL and local scientists, geographers, and planners.
The bulk of the conference is presentations, not workshop-type activities.
Instructional materials and resources will be shared. Registration fee: $45.

Previous Events, Trainings, Forums
Global Warming Bioforum -- Feb. 2005
California Academy of Sciences
California Science Teachers Association
Oakland Museum of California

with ClimateChangeEducation.Org providing the
hands-on science demos & curriculum presentations.

Global Warming, Global WARNing
California Academy of Sciences

US DOE Teacher Training Workshops -- Energy

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