Supporting Teachers

We give science teachers the tools and skills they need to help their students overcome misconceptions and misinformation about climate change and evolution.

Bonnie Bourgeous

IB and AP Biology and Chemistry
Highlands High School
Salt Lake City
Utah

Bonnie Bourgeous teaches IB and AP biology and chemistry. She has also taught AP environmental science and math courses as well as coached Science Olympiad, National Academic League, Fairchild Challenge, and Envirothon teams. Through student initiative of students from Logan and Salt Lake, in fall 2018 State Legislature made a statement that climate change is caused by anthropogenic activities. The USBE (Utah State Board of Education) also adopted new science standards summer 2019 to include language to teach climate change and evolution.

Teacher Talk: Bonnie, Utah (Climate in the Classroom)
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