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Lifelines -- California Team
Team Leader: John Shribbs
Part of Professional Learning Communities for 200+ teachers across the U.S.
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Websites of Lifelines for High School Climate Change Education
California Team -- Lead teacher John Shribbs

California Team Wikispace Site
Lifelines Leaders Website -- John Shribbs pages:
Main Page    Files    Recruitment    Reflections
Heat Test

 To Contact Team Leader, email:
lifelines_calif@climatechangeeducation.org
  

Team Members Include:

Rob Davey, High School Teacher

Among Rob's assignments is serving as lead instructor for
People Who Care's
Youth Solar and Environmental Training Program:

an education program that focuses on energy and climate change.
With 20 field trips per class group. Includes hands-on science presentations.



Youth Solar and Environmental Training Program
On Site Training includes: Renewable Energy, Solar, Wind, Geothermal,
Mobile Climate Labs, Climate Change Science, Energy Conservation
Field Trips to: Tech Museum, LHS, Chabot Space, Exploratorium, NSTA.
Solar, Wind and Power Transmission facilities and construction projects.

Photos    Course Outline
People Who Care -- Pittsburgh, California

Lifelines for High School Climate Change Education
Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California / NASA


Professional learning communities, support
for 320 teachers across the U.S.
in teaching climate change education for 2 years.
Now taking applications.

NASA website description
On-line application form   Flyer [1 page pdf]

In partnership with ClimateChangeEducation.Org
Photos of Lifelines in action


Examples of Team's Outreach and Recruitment Events
in 2010/2011:


Opening of Climate Change Exhibit at Local Science Museum


Bill Nye's Climate Lab
Opening weekend event photos: 1 2 3 4 5
Mobile Climate Science provided
by ClimateChangeEducation.org
with John Shribbs and the
Lifelines for High School CCE -- California Team

Flash Website:  Bill Nye's Climate Lab



National Science Teacher's Association Conference :
Outreach and Recruitment by Rob Davey, High School Teacher






NSTA: National Science Teachers Association
Held in March: National Conference: San Francisco
Over 60! -- the # of: Workshops, Presentations, & Symposia
on Climate Change
: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Sessions with hands-on climate science
Registration   Exhibitors   Session Scheduler
Future National and Area Conferences
Meetings of Lifelines for High School Climate Change Education teachers
Mobile Climate Science Labs --presenter in several sessions




Climate Science Demonstration & Lab Development -- by John Shribbs
Write ups, describing lab procedures:
   


Examples of resources recommended by John Shribbs
Heat Test  

Much more in the Resources section of his site.  

















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