Environmental Curricula and Certifications
Are you looking for environmental curriculum? Are you interested in EE certification programs? You've come to the right place. If you are an EEASC member, visit our members only area for teacher handouts and more in-depth resources.
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The PEEC program design is both robust (challenges and strengthens your skills as an environmental educator) and relevant (fosters learning about South Carolina’s natural resources and environmental education best practices) as well as diverse in content and format.
The PEEC content blends the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) Core Competencies with South Carolina specific topics, examples, and regions.
The Green Steps Schools program was established in 2003 as part of South Carolina’s “Resource Conservation Challenge.” This environmental education initiative encourages individual schools to take annual steps toward becoming more environmentally responsible.
WILD in SC
Project WILD's mission is to help students learn how to think, not what to think, about wildlife and the environment. All curriculum materials are backed by sound educational practices and theory and represent the work of many within the fields of education and natural resource management from across the country.
Palmetto Project WILD State Co-Coordinators
BeBe Dalton Harrison
"Action for a Cleaner Tomorrow" ("Action") is an award-winning, interdisciplinary, activity-based curriculum supplement that provides an introduction to solid waste, recycling and composting to kindergarten through eighth-grade students. It is the centerpiece of the Take Action SC Partnership.
The Energy Office has developed ten free energy lesson plans specifically for South Carolina teachers to use. These lessons align with the South Carolina Science Standards and indicate the grade level covered by the standard. Lesson topics include renewables, energy conservation, green buildings, energy sources, and transportation.
Third and Sixth Grade