Developers of SEPUP’s Science and Global Issues high school biology program published an article in the journal Sustainability detailing how their recently revised curriculum is centered around sustainability-related socioscientific issues. In this article, the authors present the framework they developed and used for presenting sustainability to students, as well as the specific contexts that allowed students to develop a deeper understanding of scientific concepts while addressing current and important socioscientific issues.

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Jackson WM, Binding MK, Grindstaff K, Hariani M, Koo BW. Addressing Sustainability in the High School Biology Classroom through Socioscientific Issues. Sustainability. 2023; 15(7):5766.

Publication made possible in part by support from the Berkeley Research Impact Initiative (BRII) sponsored by the UC Berkeley Library.

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Year: 2023


  • Biology
  • High School Science Education
  • Socioscientific Issues
  • Sustainability

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