Use the filter menu and interactive map to explore the past competitions offered and grants awarded through the Environmental Literacy Program.
To learn more about project findings and outcomes, view the summaries of our grantees’ summative evaluation reports.
- (-) 2007: ELG for Formal K-12 Education (1)
- 2022: ELG for Community Resilience to Extreme Weather Events and Environmental Hazards (1)
- 2018: ELG for Community Resilience to Extreme Weather Events and Environmental Hazards (3)
- 2012: NOAA Broad Agency Announcement for FY 2012—2013 (1)
- 2010: NOAA Broad Agency Announcement for FY 2010—2011 (1)
- 2010: ELG for Informal/Nonformal Education (1)
- 2007: ELG for Free-choice Learning (1)
Earth as a System is Essential- Seasons and the Seas (EaSiE- SS)
The project will fill the critical need for a relevant, contextual curricular theme for middle school learning. Its goal is to incorporate NOAA resources and virtual visits by NOAA scientists to integrate authentic earth systems science content into existing instructional units using the theme of seasons on land and in the ocean. Development of these materials -- in association with appropriate standards-based middle school learning goals and pedagogy, supported by substantive professional development, collegial networking, and supplied with the tools to meet this need, -- form the rationale for this project. In EaSiE-SS, thirty middle school teachers from Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts will become Teacher Resource Agents. Working with state science supervisors, NOAA scientists, educators, and MMSA staff, these individuals will complete 120 hours of professional development over 24-months including two Summer Institutes, two Fall Conferences, one Spring Conference, two web conferences, two unit implementations, webinars, podcasts, and web discussion boards. They will gain content background, integrate MMSA staff reviewed and aligned materials into their instruction, conduct field tests of the materials, and share them with colleagues in their own states and across the country through state science supervisors, the project website, marine science teachers, and state science teachers associations.