Thankful for Teachers

Nate Chisholm on the Colorado

NCSEteach is a unique resource for science teachers. The monthly NCSEteach newsletter goes out to over 6,000 teachers nationwide and the Scientist in the Classroom program fosters collaborations between professional scientists and educators. This year, three teachers were awarded a rafting trip down the Grand Canyon in 2017, and shared their experience through the NCSE blog (Marie Story, Nate Chisholm, and Robyn Witty).

We are proud of our teachers, and the work they are doing!

NCSEteach is the only NCSE program developed specifically for educators. Its mission is deceptively simple: provide teachers with the support they need to teach climate change and evolution with confidence. We recognize that teachers must often navigate many challenges when teaching these socially controversial topics. And thanks to NCSEteach, they do not need to face these challenges alone.

We are especially thankful to all NCSE members for helping us help teachers!

You can help us give teachers the tools, skills, and confidence they need to teach evolution and climate change in culturally diverse locations, supported by a community of fellow teachers, professional scientists, and science educators.

If you would like to be part of this mission, please consider donating generously this Giving Tuesday.

Brad Hoge
Short Bio

Brad Hoge is NCSE's former Director of Teacher Support.

We can't afford to lose any time when it comes to the future of science education.

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