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Michigan Environmental Education Curriculum Support(MEECS)
  • What is MEECS?
  • MEECS Workshop Information
  • MEECS contains seven (7) Michigan-specific units that provide an opportunity for students in grades 3-9 to learn about Michigan's economy and environment through inquiry oriented, data-based lessons in Science and Social Studies.
Michigan Environmental Education Curriculum
  • Land and Environment(Grade 3) - Correlations with State of Michigan approved education programs coming soon.
  • Climate Change(Grades 6-9) - Correlations with State of Michigan approved education programs coming soon.
  • Air Quality(Grades 6-8) - Correlations with State of Michigan approved education programs coming soon.
  • Ecosystems & Biodiversity(Grades 4-6) - Correlations with State of Michigan approved education programs coming soon.
  • Energy Resources(Grades 7-9) - Correlations with State of Michigan approved education programs coming soon.
  • Land Use(Grades 4-6) - Correlations with State of Michigan approved education programs coming soon.
  • Water Quality(Grades 6-8) - Correlations with State of Michigan approved education programs coming soon.
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    Contributions to MEECS can be a great way to give back to the community and support environmental education. We invite you to sponsor MEECS: Click on the following link to learn how you can help.

    How to Support Meecs

    Michigan Technological University has developed eighteen interactive web modules for three of the MEECS units: Ecosystems & Biodiversity, Water Quality, and Energy Resources. There are six web modules for each unit which may be used to introduce, enhance, or reinforce concepts presented in the lessons. The modules are designed for upper elementary and middle school students, but have also been used for high school and even college-level courses.