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Social Studies, Civics, English Language Arts

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Environmental Justice Teaching Resources

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  • This is a collection of environmental justice teaching resources with lessons designed for elementary (K-3 or K-5), middle (4-8 or 6-8), and high (9-12) school students.
  • These lessons are provided after enrolling online with the organization.
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  • This collection of environmental justice teaching resources is professionally made, robust, and ready to use.
  • Each course features ideas for extensions and cross-disciplinary activities in classes such as journalism, language arts, history, geography, art, and engineering.

Additional Prerequisites

  • The three levels are designed for elementary (K-3), middle (4-8), or high school (9-12) students.
  • The elementary school course consists of two 40-minute sessions, the middle school course consists of three 55-minute sessions, and the high school course consists of four 55-minute sessions.
  • There are no standards selected on our site for this collection of courses because it encompasses so many disciplines across grades K-12.
  • In order to access these environmental justice teaching resources, you must "Add to Cart" and click "Proceed to Checkout," then fill in your name, email address, physical address, type of organization, number of students, name of organization, and phone number.
    • Click "Place Order."
    • You will receive an email to enroll in the class in Canvas.
    • Follow the instructions in the email to access the courses.


  • Make sure to use the course designed for your appropriate grade band: elementary, middle, or high school students.
  • Students at the edge of certain grade bands (such as 8th grade students) may benefit from some materials in another grade band.
  • You can print all student materials or download and share digitally.
Scientist Notes
The resource introduces the concept of environmental justice. It explains the differences in resource allocation, systemic racism, liberation, equality, equity, etc. This is recommended for teaching.
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  • A quick search made it difficult to find the K-2 resources.
    4 months ago