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Low Island Environments Poster (Satawalese)

This highly visual poster displays information about high island environments with supporting text in Satawalese. Posters can be printed on letter size (8.5 x 11) or tabloid size (11 x 17) paper. This poster summarizes key concepts in the Our Low Island and Pacific Low Island Environment books. Need ideas for how to use these posters with […]

Low Island Environments Poster (Marshallese)

This highly visual poster displays information about high island environments with supporting text in Marshallese. Posters can be printed on letter size (8.5 x 11) or tabloid size (11 x 17) paper. This poster summarizes key concepts in the Our Low Island and Pacific Low Island Environment books. Need ideas for how to use these posters with […]

High Island Environments Poster (Marshallese)

This highly visual poster displays information about high island environments with supporting text in Marshallese. Posters can be printed on letter size (8.5 x 11) or tabloid size (11 x 17) paper. This poster summarizes key concepts in the Our High Island and Pacific High Island Environment books. Need ideas for how to use these posters with […]

Low Island Environments Poster (Kosraean)

This highly visual poster displays information about high island environments with supporting text in Kosraean. Posters can be printed on letter size (8.5 x 11) or tabloid size (11 x 17) paper. This poster summarizes key concepts in the Our Low Island and Pacific Low Island Environment books. Need ideas for how to use these posters with […]

High Island Environments Poster (Kosraean)

This highly visual poster displays information about high island environments with supporting text in Kosraean. Posters can be printed on letter size (8.5 x 11) or tabloid size (11 x 17) paper. This poster summarizes key concepts in the Our High Island and Pacific High Island Environment books. Need ideas for how to use these posters with […]

The Climate Crisis & Climate Education in the Pacific: Pacific Educational Conference 2015 Keynote Address

  Dr. Chip Fletcher (SOEST, UH Manoa) and Ms. Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner (College of the Marshall Islands) gave the keynote address to over 1,000 educators attending the 2015 Pacific Educational Conference in Majuro, Marshall Islands. In his message, The Climate Crisis and Climate Education in the Pacific, Dr. Fletcher provides strong scientific evidence of the impact of climate change […]

Practice Brief: How Do We Know What Pacific Learners Know and Can Do?

Teachers assess continuously in the classroom, both formatively, to give students feedback to improve, and summatively, to capture student learning at the end of a unit. This practice brief discusses the rational for assessment and offers examples of strategies likely to draw out valid information about students’ learning.

Practice Brief: Using Funds of Knowledge in Pacific Classrooms

Learning happens best when teachers actively engage students’ prior knowledge and view it as an asset for learning. Through examples and critical reflection, this practice brief explores what it means to engage students’ funds of knowledge, including culture and first language, to enhance learning.  

Practice Brief: Local Ecological Knowledge and Climate Change Teaching

Indigenous peoples have deep knowledge about their environments and have developed ways of living that reflect these understandings. This practice brief explores this knowledge, referred to as local ecological knowledge (LEK), and its connection to deepening learning and teaching about climate science.

Practice Brief: Place-Based Approaches to Climate Education: Lessons Learned from Oʻahu Initiatives & Practitioners

The Pacific islands face numerous climatic threats. However, effective climate education is notoriously difficult as concepts such as the global climate system and long-term climate change often appear abstract and technical. A promising antidote to these liabilities is a place-based approach that links significant local places to the visible effects of climate change. This Practice Brief documents place-based climate education initiatives […]