This issue is dedicated to providing some curated resources for you to help students and your fellow educators, but also, to promote wellbeing for teachers as well.
We also have information for our webinars for the months of April and May.
1000+ hours of mindfulness and sleep content
Mini exercises for busy schedules
and is proven to reduce stress in just 10 days (2 weeks of teaching)
You can find one such Wakelet of opportunities here.
Wakelet resources curated by Laura Krenicki, our ISTEGlobalPLN Webinar Presenter for April 2020.
About the Webinar
What can we learn from the communities of the world, from our evolutionary history, from our everyday behaviors and experiences, and from other living beings about how to master these challenges of cooperation and sustainability?
In this webinar, find out how Global ESD works internationally to support sustainability education initiatives that connect concepts in human evolution, behavioral ecology, and sustainability science. By linking scientific perspectives on social change with students and classrooms seeking to make the world a better place, our aim is to foster a global discussion about where we are going in the light of where we all have come from.
Join Dustin Eirdosh and Susan Hanisch in May’s ISTE Global Collaboration PLN Webinar to understand the learning opportunities in behavioral science perspectives for teaching sustainability science in K-12.
It's FREE to sign-up, and is currently taking place once a month.
Weekly Online Events with Storytellers
On Thursdays at 11am/PT, Global Oneness Project will host a live discussion and Q&A with our filmmakers, photographers, and writers. Students can watch short films in advance and join the discussion. Stay tuned through their newsletter.
We hope you can join them for these events. If you have suggestions for future events, please feel free to reach out to them at email@example.com. Looking forward to hearing from you and learning with you in these days and months ahead.
Kids, keep track of one weekday in your life and complete the form so you can add your day to our Big Dayta tracker!
Then you can explore the data. Check out the spreadsheet with all the data, and explore it however you wish. Or if you would like some guidance (especially parents who are looking for grade-level ideas!), check out our idea guide.
We even have some worksheets that automatically update as more kids add their data. Due to COVID-19 keeping so many people at home right now, we are creating worksheets as fast as we can. Check out the list below (and please send a request for a specific grade level so we know where gaps need to be filled!