2017 San Diego Science Education Conference CSA Recap


Climate Science Alliance staff presented our Climate Kids project to local educators in a fun and interactive way on Saturday, April 29, 2016 the at the 2017 San Diego Science Education Conference. Our session gave teachers tips and ideas for bringing climate change messaging into their classrooms. By presenting alongside our partners, Sandra Lebron from San Diego Coastkeeper, Jennifer Munoz from Carmel Del Mar School, and Nicole Ornelas from Cabrillo National Monument, we encouraged educators to get involved with educational opportunities and partnerships in the South Coast Region. Check out photos of the teachers in action as they experience our Ocean Acidification Climate Kids module firsthand.

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