*Report authored by and photos courtesy of Dr. Koh Ming Wei What do composting and soil fertility have to do with science and engineering practices, cross-cutting concepts, and disciplinary core ideas—the three dimensions of the NGSS? Dr. Art Sussman (“Dr. Art”), PCEP Co-PI, along with partners from The Kohala Center […]

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) in the Learning Garden: Developing ...

*Report authored by Dorsalina William; photos courtesy of C. H. Rilometo On November 9, 2016, teachers from the Northern Namoneas Region in Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia participated in a workshop on the various PCEP resources available for the classroom. The workshop was facilitated by Pacific Resources for Education and […]

Training Teachers in Chuuk with PCEP Resources

Produced by the Climate Change Education Partnership (CCEP) Alliance, the CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION: EFFECTIVE PRACTICES FOR WORKING WITH EDUCATORS, SCIENTISTS, DECISION MAKERS AND THE PUBLIC guide provides recommendations for effective education and communication practices when working with different types of audiences. While effective education has been traditionally defined as the acquisition of knowledge, Alliance programs maintain a broader definition […]

CCEP Effective Practices Guide

The CCEP Alliance will be well represented at the upcoming American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in December.  CCEP Projects and partners will be presenting poster and oral sessions.  In addition, members of The Alliance will be hosting several special events throughout the meeting.  The downloadable document below contains the full listing […]

CCEP Alliance at American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in ...

* Report authored by the Palau High School Science Club, with assistance from Destin Penland (PCEP) The cultural knowledge of the youth of Palau is diminishing. The Palau High School (PHS) Science Club seeks opportunities to learn how our environment is foundational to our culture. For youth, our knowledge of […]

Palau High School Science Club: Reconnecting to Our Place

The CUSP program is a 10 session program that explores what climate change means for Philadelphia, and how science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are helping us prepare. The CUSP program addresses climate change in a way that’s engaging, concrete, and fun. The program does not dwell on the global […]

The Franklin Institute Climate & Urban Systems Partnership (CUSP) Program

The CCEP Alliance will be well represented at the upcoming American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in December.  CCEP Projects and partners will be presenting in six poster and eleven oral sessions.  In addition, members of The Alliance will be hosting several special events throughout the meeting.  The downloadable document below contains the full listing of […]

CCEP Alliance at AGU 2015

PCEP High Island Poster, English
In July 2015, the PCEP staff Dr. Emerson Odango and Ms. Dorsa William engaged in lessons with students and teachers at summer programs hosted by Mwan Elementary School and the Chuuk Women’s Council (CWC). Using PCEP’s High Island and Low Island Environment posters, both in Chuukese and English, students were able […]

PCEP Posters Piloted on Weno, Chuuk

CUSP is helping Philadelphians learn how to live well in a hotter, wetter climate. Learn more on these pages: http://www.greenphillyblog.com/philly/theres-a-sweatuation-in-philly-lets-talk-about-swugs-sweck-climate-change/ http://www.thesweatuation.com/

The Sweatuation

San Diego (March 18, 2015) – Furthering the work of “San Diego, 2050 Is Calling. HOW WILL WE ANSWER?” – a first-ever collaboration among community leaders and world-renowned scientists – the new video highlights regional efforts for maintaining San Diego’s quality of life by addressing climate impacts. Working with policymakers, business […]

New Video, Answering the Call, Showcases Leaders Focused on San ...