Improved educational materials and efforts are required to raise awareness and understanding of the interactions between weather extremes, climate variability, climate change, and health. This is true at multiple levels of education, including secondary schools, undergraduate and graduate schools, and health professional training. Incorporation of health into earth and environmental science courses helps students connect those sciences to societal impacts and needs. Conversely, teaching health impacts of weather and climate factors to health professionals expands their problem solving and public health preventive skills. This session will highlight recent innovations in teaching the interactions of health, weather and climate in various settings.