EarthEcho Academy Teacher Registration 2020
As teachers and administrators have transformed their classrooms and instruction to best serve their students during the global pandemic, EarthEcho International wants to support the amazing professionals that serve our students. To that end, EarthEcho International invites middle school teachers to join us in our newest platform to support incredible teachers in high-quality STEM and environmental education! The EarthEcho Academy is a new virtual learning space developed to provide online courses for teacher professional learning with access to fully remote, asynchronous environmental education modules for students featuring some of our most popular NGSS-aligned classroom resources like EarthEcho Expedition: Into the Dead Zone.
This inaugural course is offered at no charge to any U.S. public school teacher AND teachers in the greater Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington, DC communities are eligible in $400 in grant support for participation in the course. This funding is earmarked to provide support for teachers serving the frontline communities facing the biggest impacts of environmental degradation.
Through the EarthEcho Academy, teachers gain access to resources to broaden student knowledge about the global challenge of dead zones and join the global community of educators using EarthEcho’s online resources to inspire empathy and action in their students. The EarthEcho Academy’s first four-week course provides modules on environmental storytelling and literacy, environmental and racial justice, STEM career pathways, youth taking environmental action, and more. Upon completion of this course, teachers have access to a suite of multimedia resources, two online courses for students to go Into and Beyond the Dead Zone, membership in a like-minded online teaching community, and compensation (in key districts) for time spent in professional learning.
We can't wait to expand our incredible community of professionals through the EarthEcho Academy!
EarthEcho International's Expedition Program is supported by Northrop Grumman and the
Northrop Grumman Foundation. Teachers and/or their immediate family
members that are currently employed by Northrop Grumman ineligible. Otherwise,
active grades 6-8 classroom teachers in public schools located in the following districts: DC Public School District, Miami-Dade PSD, and Los Angeles Unified School District.
Do you or anyone in your immediate family work for Northrop Grumman or the Northrop Grumman Foundation?
Have you previously been a part of Northrop Grumman Foundation Teacher's Academy in partnership with NSTA or sponsored to attend Space Camp through Northrop Grumman Foundation?
Which Northrop Grumman Foundation program have you participated in? If none please put N/A
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