Climate Change Education in
Our vision is that every student leaving high school is climate literate. We want them to understands the importance of solvIng for climate change. It is essential that the students of today are prepared for the green jobs and careers of the future. So, to deliver on this vision we partner with state and county departments of education, districts and schools. We collaborate to introduce professional learning for instructional leaders and teachers. Our aim it to equip them with the knowledge and skills they need for teaching climate change in schools. We empower K-12 educators to integrate climate change education into their existing curricula across all subjects and grades. Contact us to discuss how we can help you advance climate change education in schools in your state, county or district.
Partnering with environmental
We also partner with environmental education organizations working with young people. Those organizations instill a love for nature and the environment in our students. Climate change education in schools is complemented by outdoor environmental education. Choose Presidio Graduate School as your climate change education organization partner. Reach out if you'd like to enroll your environmental educators in our courses, or discuss partnership opportunities.
Ready to inspire climate
If you are a teacher or environmental educator, enroll now for one of our upcoming. online Climate Change Education for All program courses. All courses have a comprehensive, scaffolded syllabus. And they provide you with the opportunity to collaborate with a community of your peers working to save the planet and build a sustainable, equitable, flourishing future for all. When you enroll in Presidio Graduate School teacher professional development, you will learn from a K-12 climate change education organization dedicated to sustainability and social justice.
Presidio is proud to be endorsed by the National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT) as an officially sponsored climate change education in schools program, recommended to bolster their mission to “support a diverse, inclusive, and thriving community of educators and education researchers to improve teaching and learning about the Earth.”