Green Schools National Network

Virtual Learning Resources for Sustainability-Minded Educators

Green Schools National Network remains steadfast in its commitment to provide K-12 schools and districts with the resources and support they need to educate for sustainability during this time of virtual learning. On this page, we have assembled a selection of age-appropriate lessons from our PD Collaborative Partners and others that are well-suited for virtual learning. We vetted these lessons against a set of criteria we developed that looks at aspects such as deeper learning, 21st century skill building, authenticity, and sustained inquiry using a real-world context.

Resources for Grades K – 5

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Resources for Grades 6 – 12

Building a Biodiversity Timeline

Building a Biodiversity Timeline

In this lesson, students gather, organize, and interpret data to create a biodiversity timeline for a species of their choosing, identify causational relationships between human activities and...

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Choosing Earth’s Climate Future

Choosing Earth’s Climate Future

In this lesson, students analyze and predict current and future impacts to Earth’s systems based on three societal choices to address climate change, explore how adaption and mitigation strategies...

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Climate Leaders in Action: Waste

Climate Leaders in Action: Waste

This module consists of four lessons that challenge students to examine issues around waste, waste management, and how everyday actions have an impact on ecosystems.Grade Level: 9 - 12 Source:...

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Project Hero Soil Quest

Project Hero Soil Quest

In this project-based learning experience, students investigate the differences between healthy and unhealthy soil; examine the relationships that has soil with plants, animals, the atmosphere, and...

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Social Justice Resources

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Where Does Our Food Come From?

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By. Susan Rauchwerk   Reprinted with permission from Green Teacher #114, Fall 2017. Learn more about Green Teacher’s nonprofit magazine and books at www.greenteacher.com.

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