Parents and Educators: find resources for at-home and distance learning

  • Distance and At-Home Learning Lessons and Resources
    Learning Lab offers lessons and activities that are well-suited for distance learning, and many that are ideal for implementing at home, while being academically rigorous and fostering sustainability literacy.
  • Measuring School Sustainability
    This program explores the use of data in determining if a building is more or less sustainable.
  • Solar USB Charger
    Design and construct a solar USB charger while learning solar science and building career skills
  • Real World Math Engaging Students Through Global Issues
    Real World Math challenges students to analyze real-world data about global issues through foundational algebra and geometry, with topics ranging from climate change to financial literacy.
  • Climate Leaders in Action
    Climate Leaders in Action (CLiA) is a comprehensive standards-based education and career pathway-preparedness program designed to empower students with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage energy and water usage in their homes, schools, and communities.
  • Building Learners
    Connecting student learning with the operations of a school building, preparing students to succeed in 21st century green careers that value systems thinking and problem-solving.
  • Green Schools Challenge
    Dream in Green’s mission is to empower individuals to respond to climate change and other environmental challenges facing local & global communities by assisting diverse organizations, such as schools, households, governments and businesses to reduce their environmental footprint.
  • Ultimate Civics
    Achieving a sustainable future depends upon having an authentic democracy. Using current events, such as youth-led climate movements, Ultimate Civics curricula teaches students how to activate democracy to protect what they love.
  • Wild Classroom
    Tools and resources educators need to help students develop their understanding of the world around them and how their actions can help shape a future where people and nature thrive.
  • Greening Classrooms, Communities, Careers
    A selection of educational resources to help K-12 educators expose students to opportunities to design and implement a more sustainable future.
  • Roots of Success - High Schools & Youth
    Roots of Success for High Schools prepares young people to take on society’s most pressing environmental problems and social issues, identify innovative solutions and put their ideas into practice.
  • Fueling Our Future
    Fueling Our Future: Exploring Sustainable Energy brings energy literacy to the classroom.
  • LEED® Prep: Green Building Lessons for a Sustainable Future
    LEED Prep gives students a thorough understanding of green building principles and LEED requirements to prepare them for taking the LEED Green Associate Exam and becoming a LEED Green Associate professional.
  • Biomimicry and Science: Applying Nature's Strategies
    Biomimicry and Science introduces students to eco-literacy and design innovation concepts through project-based learning methodologies and by emphasizing real-world applications.
  • TurfMutt
    The TurfMutt curriculum teaches kids and families backyard science, including how to take better care of the green spaces around them and the importance of living landscapes.
  • Sustainable Intelligence
    Sustainable Intelligence is an engaging, ready-to-use K-12 curriculum that builds a foundation of environmental-literacy and sustainability knowledge across seven eco-themes.
  • 9-Minute Nutrition Ninja
    The 9-Minute Nutrition Ninja wants to instill a knowledge of nutrition and encourage students to think about their food, their bodies, and their community.
  • LEED Green Associate Exam Prep
    This program provides step-by-step guidance to help educators prepare students to pass the LEED Green Associate credential exam.
  • STEMhero Program
    Through the program, students create a baseline of their home and/or school's consumption; then, they decide on and measure the impact of efficiency behaviors and technologies
  • The TerraCycle Curriculum Lesson Sets
    The TerraCycle Curriculum Lesson Sets each focus on a particular EfS Standard and its relationship to the materials cycles.
  • Stories from the Global Oneness Project
    Founded in 2010, the Global Oneness Project offers free multicultural stories with accompanying curricula content for high school and college classrooms.
  • Nature Lab
    Nature Lab connects teachers and students around the globe to high-quality educational materials to teach the science behind how nature works.