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Friday, February 18 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Empowering Students Through Holistic Climate Education (5-12)

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This interactive workshop aims to help teachers gain confidence and competence teaching climate change. Participants will be guided in a process of Climate Curriculum Mapping, where they collaborate to identify areas where climate change can connect to the BC curriculum (beyond where it’s explicitly mentioned). Participants will then be introduced to Student Leadership for Change (SLC), a library of classroom-tested learning resources for holistic climate education, which empowers students to explore their values and develop agency. Participants will be invited to join an emergent Action Network to connect with other engaged teachers and receive additional mentorship, resources and support.
Target Audience: Grade 5-12 Teachers

To prepare for this session, please:

In our session we will be challenging you to apply an eco-social lens to a course of your choice in the BC curriculum. Please bring along the link to your selected course to maximize the value of our breakout sessions.
Please login to the zoom session by computer if possible, as we will be collaborating via google docs in our breakout groups.

Join the session: https://sd23.zoom.us/j/64952341608 


Ashley Roszko

contact/organizer, Be the Change Earth Alliance

Maureen Jack-LaCroix

Creative Director, Be the Change Earth Alliance
Maureen Jack-LaCroix is an inspiring environmental educator with 18 years of professional experience, philosophical study and praxis. She has a Masters in Eco-Psychology through Naropa U., is a senior facilitator of Joanna Macy’s work, a PhD candidate at SFU/Education and the founder... Read More →

Friday February 18, 2022 10:30am - 12:00pm PST