Developing Climate Stewards

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Students from Multiple Islands Share Short Videos on Coastlines of Hawai'i

December 9th 4-6 PM
Join us for this event on Zoom!

Learn from young Champions of Coastal Resilience from Grades 4-12 who participated in our place-based CCR Approach to Climate Science Education.  Help us celebrate the teachers who facilitated CCR learning in spite of the pandemic!

Next CCR PD Sessions Announced in 2022!

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Please check back in the New Year!

An Overview

In            , learners investigate their watershed using a STEM approach to learning. They study their coastlines, using interactive digital maps and online curriculum resources that guide them through a place-based study of climate science. 

Learners virtually explore coastal wetlands, dunes, and communities seeking to discover how they will be impacted by sea level rise.  Virtual Field Study Videos of coastal sites allow participants to safely observe and learn about the areas. Participants develop awareness of stewardship and Citizen Science opportunities available to them and their 'ohana.  As Covid subsides, students and teachers increasingly engage in field based learning and stewardship.

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