Guam teachers Needed to develop climate change lesson plans

Attention, teachers! The Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Science Center (PI-CASC) is looking to recruit a cohort of Guam Department of Education teachers who can assist with creating and implementing short-term (roughly six weeks) lesson plans on climate change and climate adaptation science. Participants will receive a stipend upon completing and implementing their lesson plans in their classrooms. These lesson plans will introduce locally and culturally relevant educational resources for Guam students to learn about the indicators and impacts of climate change, how our region may be affected, and what is currently being done in response to these effects.

Guam DOE educators who are interested in this opportunity, specifically those teaching sixth- to 12th-grade students, may reach out to John I. Borja at borjaj4619@triton.uog.edu to learn more. PI-CASC will also be hosting a session at the Guam DOE Summer Teachers Academy in July to share this opportunity.

For additional learning resources for climate science in the region, please visit our PI-CASC Education Hub!