Integrating Earth and space science into high school biology, chemistry, and physics courses may be the best way to educate the public about climate science.
Reframing climate change education around a message of “hopeful alarm” not only will underscore the threats we face but will also show students how they can act to shape the future.
A la sombra de una erupción letal en el 2021, estudiantes en Goma, República Democrática del Congo, están aprendiendo sobre futuros riesgos.
In the shadow of a deadly eruption in 2021, students in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, are learning about future hazards.
National Science Foundation-funded teacher and community workshops boost disaster preparedness optimism among coastal Alaskan educators, whose communities face an array of natural hazards.
The experiment was one of the winning projects of the Astro Pi Challenge, in which hundreds of young scientists analyzed data collected from the International Space Station.
Installing a love of learning in students and teachers alike.
The project exploring seismic noise during the coronavirus pandemic was fueled by Google searches and bathroom soldering sessions.
Educators at ice core labs teach students hands-on lessons about climate change.
AGU’s Bright STaRS offers a model for programs to give middle and high school students a taste of what a career in science can offer.