Online Survey About Teaching Climate Change in Secondary Science Courses.




Dear Educators,

We are working with the University of Florida, School of Forest Resources and Conservation to invite you to take an online survey about teaching climate change in secondary science courses.

This survey is intended for middle and high school science educators who teach in the Southeast (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia). We are interested in hearing from you whether or not you currently cover climate change in your classroom.

The results of this survey will guide the development of a new Project Learning Tree secondary module that will focus on climate change impacts on southern forest ecosystems, forest impacts on climate, and ways people can affect these relationships. The module is being developed primarily for science and agriculture courses in grades 9-12, with potential use in middle school or community college courses as well.

If you teach secondary science in the Southeast, we welcome your input through completing this survey, which will take 10-15 minutes.

Your responses will be recorded anonymously to protect your identity to the extent provided by law. You may stop answering questions at any time. There are no risks or benefits to participating. There is no compensation for your participation, only the knowledge that you have contributed to the development of this educational resource.

Please click the following link to access the survey:

Your thoughts and opinions are very important to us. Thank you!

If you have any questions about this survey, please contact

Dr. Martha Monroe
PO Box 110410
School of Forest Resources and Conservation
University of Florida
Phone: (352) 846-0878


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