The Community of Earth Educators

Teach the Earth grows out of the community of Earth Educators who engage through workshops, projects, professional society membership and direct contributions to the suite of websites within the Teach the Earth portal. It includes over 9000 educators from over 900 institutions. Welcome.

Engage

There are a variety of ways you can participate in the community.

Contribute

Many of the of the projects within Teach the Earth provide mechanisms for contribution. You can also contribute

If you have other materials that you would like to contribute to the Teach the Earth portal, leave us feedback and we can work with you to find the best way to incorporate your materials.

Discover

Find peers engaged in the community.

Help

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Claire Coyne
Earth Science/Geology, Santa Ana College

Christopher Fiebrich
Oklahoma Climatological Survey, University of Oklahoma Norman Campus

Ellen Currano
Geosciences, Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus

Lara Kueppers
Natural Sciences, University of California-Merced

Russell Shapiro
Geological and Environmental Sciences, California State University-Chico

Einat Lev
Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Jeffrey Rahl
Geology, Washington and Lee University

Steve Decker
Environmental Sciences, Rutgers University-New Brunswick

Cameron Wobus
Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder

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