Association for Environmental & Outdoor education


Teaching resources


Pedagogy – How to Teach

BEETLES Pedagogy Resources - Learning sessions, with follow-up activities and routines, to help outdoor educators deepen their understanding of research-based science pedagogy.

Tools for Ambitious Science Teaching - Provides a vision of ambitious science instruction for elementary, middle school and high school classrooms.


Curriculum – What to Teach

Field Educators

BEETLES Resources for Outdoor Science Experiences - Three types of resources for field instructors: Student activity guides, How-to videos, and additional instructor support materials.

Nature Journaling - A free comprehensive guide for educators, parents, and those wishing to mentor others to develop journaling skills, by John Muir Laws and Emily Lygren.

Project Learning Tree - Multi-disciplinary, hands-on environmental education lessons for all grade levels.

Project Wet - Complete lesson plans from water education specialists.

TickSense - Tick education, by the Bay Area Lyme Foundation 

Classroom Teachers

BEETLES Resources for Indoor Science Experiences - Curriculum resources and support for indoor science experiences to complement the outdoor science field experience.

California Coastal Voices - A project-based learning tool developed by the California Coastal Commission, exploring and communicating coastal science, engineering, and policy in middle and high school.

California State Parks - Offering the Parks Online Resources for Teachers & Students program, a FREE distance learning program that uses interactive videoconferencing to assist K-12 educators teach Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards in the context of California State Parks.

California Department of Conservation - NGSS-based earth science learning resources and teaching materials for K-12 educators.

EEI Curriculum - California's groundbreaking, first-in-the nation K-12 environmental education curriculum.

Kiss the Ground - A 5-lesson middle school curriculum that allows students to understand the vital role soil plays on our planet.  

NASA - From the Joint Propulsion Laboratory and Cal Tech, an activity graphing sea-level trends.

Project Learning Tree - Multi-disciplinary, hands-on environmental education lessons for all grade levels.

Project Wet - Complete lesson plans from water education specialists.

TickSense - Tick education, by the Bay Area Lyme Foundation

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