InTeGrate is a community program, a collaboration between faculty in the sciences and other disciplines, educational specialists, and evaluation experts at a diverse group of institutions. There are a number of avenues to contribute your expertise and energy to this important work. A centerpiece of our engagement of the community is a series of workshops.
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InTeGrate is funded by a 5-year STEP Center grant from the National Science Foundation. The program supports the teaching of geoscience in the context of societal issues both within geoscience courses and across the undergraduate curriculum. Our goal is to develop a citizenry and workforce that can address environmental and resource issues facing our society.
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- The CLEAN Team is Soliciting Submissions of Excellent Climate and Energy Science Educational Resources
The CLEAN (Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network, cleanet.org) team is soliciting submissions of excellent climate and energy science educational resources for review and inclusion in the CLEAN Collection. We are coming to you as you may be developing resources as part of your projects, and/or may have access to others who are.
- InTeGrate Announces Publication of Climate of Change: Interactions and Feedbacks Between Water, Air, and Ice
InTeGrate is pleased to announce the publication of the complete Climate of Change: Interactions and Feedbacks between Water, Air, and Ice module for introductory geoscience and environmental science
- InTeGrate Announces 2014 Incorporating Geoscience throughout the Curriculum Implementation Programs
Interdisciplinary Teaching about Earth for a Sustainable Future (InTeGrate), a 5-year STEP Center grant from the National Science Foundation, seeks to increase Earth literacy of all undergraduate students, as well as the number of graduates who are prepared to bring an understanding of the Earth to bear on the resource and environmental issues faced by our society today and in the future.
To this end, InTeGrate is pleased to announce the 2014 Incorporating Geoscience throughout the Curriculum Implementation Program recipients
- Environmental Justice Across the Curriculum
New pages explore ideas of how to incorporate Environmental Justice themes into your curriculum. Join the effort to bring grand societal issues into the classroom with these ideas generated at the 2013 Environmental Justice workshop: Environmental Justice Across the Curriculum
Why is it important to teach about the earth system and the ways in which it intertwines with key societal issues ? How do we support the needed changes in the undergraduate curriculum?
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