Launching October 2024

Climate Connecting Classrooms: Multi-Disciplinary Tools for Teachers

FREE online course for educators. This 6-week course, run through edX, covers: climate basics, environmental justice tools, sustainability pedagogy, applications in STEM and social sciences, and climate curriculum building. Co-taught by Professor Christopher R. Knittel, team of 5 CATE high school teachers, and various other collaborators including students and staff at MIT. Optional verified MIT certificate for $49.

Ongoing

Have you used any of the CATE curriculum pieces?

Our case study program will pay a limited number of educators for a one-hour interview, detailing their experience applying our content in the classroom. This feedback will be used to directly improve our resources, and will be factored in as we develop additional content. Email cateprogram@mit.edu for more information.

August 19-20, 2024

Annual Summer Climate Professional Development for Teachers

APPLY BY JUNE 17TH! Welcoming high school teachers of all disciplines to our third annual PD workshop at MIT. Including: exercises from CATE curriculum, En-ROADS Simulator, MIT's Climate Justice Instructional Toolkit, pedagogical workshops from MIT faculty and staff, tours of MIT labs, and more. Accepted teachers receive 10 PDPs and a $350 stipend, with potential for travel reimbursements. 10 spaces reserved for AFT MA members.

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