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Introduction to Green Chemistry Online Course for High School Teachers
June 13, 2022
If you’re looking to integrate green chemistry principles and practices into your teaching through real-world sustainable inventions, this is the course for you!
ABOUT THIS COURSE
High school science and engineering teachers: Join us for a course that will support Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) integration in your classes!
In this course, Beyond Benign Certified Lead Teacher Cassidy Javner will help prepare you to integrate green chemistry principles and practices into your teaching through real-world sustainable inventions. You’ll also learn how to develop safer labs and lessons aligned to your local standards in an interactive online environment.
This course features forum discussions, lesson plan development, and 4 synchronous zoom classes. Discussions will focus on how to prepare for effective remote learning in this time of an ever-changing educational landscape.
THIS COURSE IS RIGHT FOR YOU IF:
• You want to create a safer, more engaging learning environment
• You’re interested in how problem solving with chemistry helps create solutions for sustainability challenges
BY ENROLLING YOU’LL LEARN:
• How to integrate green chemistry practices and principles into your teaching
• How to infuse NGSS learning into your classrooms by developing safer labs and lessons
COURSE TOPICS INCLUDE:
• Developing safer labs and lessons
• Preparing for effective student driven learning
• Integrating green chemistry into your teaching
Registration deadline EXTENDED to June 1, 2022
WA teachers receive 1/2 off registration both courses thanks to the sponsorship from Washington Department of Ecology
Teachers from New York, Colorado, Oregon and EPA Environmental Justice communities are eligible for FULL scholarships.
Funding provided by the NYS Pollution Prevention Institute through a grant from the Environmental Fund as administered by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation.
Colorado teacher funding provided by Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Oregon teacher funding provided by Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
Idaho teacher funding provided by Idaho Department of Environmental Quality.