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.

Mary Morrow

Earth Science, Biology
East High School
Lincoln
Nebraska

Mary Morrow has been teaching science for Lincoln Public Schools for over 30 years.  Earning National Board Certification and a Fulbright Teacher Exchange to South Africa, she incorporates travel and cultural experiences into her classes.  For the last 10 years, she has been teaching earth science with a focus on climate change and sustainable practices for living on Earth.  Reaching out to scientists at the University of Nebraska and industries in Lincoln, she brings Nebraska concerns and examples to her students.  Mary has led professional developments for teachers as well as written curriculum for an agriculture program and piloted NGSS lesson for her district.

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"I think it’s empowering for these teachers that they start the school year with something ready to use, provided by NCSE," Mary Morrow says of the participants of a professional development workshop she led on NCSE's climate change lessons.

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