Working with educators to design purposeful, culturally relevant STEM experiences that inspire and empower learners to understand and create positive change in their world.
We work with educators in any setting to create culturally-relevant place-based STEM experiences that allow all learners to apply STEM knowledge and skills to investigate local problems and challenges they care about, and then design and implement real solutions. These experiences are to inspire and empower learners to be changemakers for environmental, social, cultural, and sustainability issues.
WHO WE ARE
Global GreenSTEM elevates STEM education to a new level of purpose and impact, sparking curiosity and empathy in participants while reinforcing teamwork and communication skills.
GreenSTEM experiences create a reason to learn in classes and programs when new knowledge and actions are applied to make a real difference in the learners’ lives or community.
SERVICES FOR YOU
We collaboratively consult with schools, districts, and informal education sites to create learner- relevant STEM experiences through professional learning, curriculum and program development,
presentations, and innovative local/ global partnerships.
PROJECTS WITH OTHERS
Learner-relevant GreenSTEM projects and curriculum development vary in size, location, culture, STEM content, real-world problem, and real-world solution.
ARTICLES TO INSPIRE
Check out articles by or about Global GreenSTEM for descriptions of what greenSTEM experiences look and feel like, the impact they have, and how to create them for your classrooms, programs, or families.
RESOURCES FOR YOU
Check out free lessons, problem- and project-based experiences, do-anywhere activities, and website resource recommendations.
Our statement and BIPOC instructional resources reinforce our commitment to creating opportunities for educators and learners of all identities and cultures to positively impact environmental and social issues they care about.
VOICES OF EDUCATORS
I love the GreenSTEM focus. It encourages students to be observant of the world around them, see problems, and then be motivated to solve them. Students are empowered when they feel like they can make a difference. Teacher, GreenSTEM Workshop
It is very important that the content students learn at school helps them understand our island environment and leads them toward participating in our island conservation.
Teacher, Guam-STEM Workshop