Join us for some time and space to explore the new Environmental Literacy Standards!

All sessions are free of charge and open to middle and high school educators in the Greater Bay Area. Sessions will be held at

RAFT @ 1355 Ridder Park Dr, San Jose, CA 95131

on:

  • June 29th (10am-noon)
  • July 13th (11am-1pm)
  • August 3rd (noon-2pm)

The same information and support will be offered at each session.
Choose one date and time which suits your schedule.

Participating teachers will:

  • Receive coaching and time to develop Environmental Literacy focused activities that expand/extend existing lesson plans
  • Participate in a design challenge, foster a phenomena-based mindset, and collaborate across grade levels.
  • Walk away with some great RAFT materials for their classroom.

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