Learn About the Ocean – Anytime, Anywhere

Less than eight percent of the ocean is protected, and yet the ocean covers 70 percent of the planet. The ocean sustains life for all of us who live here, including more than half of the air we humans breathe. We gain food, jobs, travel, recreation, knowledge, growth, and innumerable opportunities from the ocean, and yet we do not give back all that we take. With 42% of the world’s population under the age of 25, we believe that young people and – you – the educators who reach them are key to addressing our planet’s most pressing problems and sustaining a thriving planet. But our greatest stewards of the ocean are learning in classrooms right this minute, and whether they are learning along coastlines or far from the ocean itself inland, and here’s some inspiration for how you can do this for our ocean from fellow educators. Continue reading Learn About the Ocean – Anytime, Anywhere

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How We Tell Stories Will Shape Our History, Our Land, and Our People

I love my city. I’m sure you love yours just as much and feel like your community holds the same importance, whether you live in America or somewhere else in the world. And it does, as do the people who live within it. This is the essence of #2892MilestoGo: Take your step to tell the stories within your community that deserve to be heard.  Continue reading How We Tell Stories Will Shape Our History, Our Land, and Our People

2,892 Miles to Go – A Geographic Walk for Justice

This post was written by educator and 2020 Education Fellow Ashley Lamb-Sinclair. Last summer, while my community of Louisville, Kentucky – and the world – took to the streets in protest of the killing of Breonna Taylor, I participated in a Healing Ceremony hosted by Black Lives Matter Louisville. My goal was to be quiet, to listen, and to respond as requested by the leaders … Continue reading 2,892 Miles to Go – A Geographic Walk for Justice

11 Things We Learned This Week

This week, we learned … … teachers work more unpaid overtime than anyone else. Tell us something we don’t know! Check out our professional development opportunities to help alleviate unpaid OT.   … the Cook Islands may literally redefine themselves. Where are the Cook Islands? Use our downloadable 1-Page Map to find these Pacific archipelagoes.   … Scandinavian Americans are tiring of lutefisk, but African … Continue reading 11 Things We Learned This Week