Leveraging Environmental Justice to Unlock the Potential of Education
- This webinar, part of a series, features a conversation between Dr. Philip Bell, Dr. Deb L. Morrison, Dr. Kelley Lê, and Dr. Juan Manuel Rubio. They describe their work at University of California-Irvine, including an example of lead contamination in Santa Ana and how scientists, educators, students, and other community members partnered to study this environmental disaster and advocate for justice, with a focus on the interconnectedness of science, society, and history.
- Pair with the corresponding Climate Teacher Ed Tool from UW Institute of Science + Math Education to facilitate educator learning about this form of climate justice learning pedagogy for their own local context.
- Climate Teacher Ed Collaborative Webinar Series at the Institute for Science + Math Education
People to Contact:
Dr. Philip Bell, UW Institute of Science + Math Education [email@example.com]
Lê, K., and Rubio, J.M. (2022). Leveraging Environmental Justice to Unlock the Potential of Education. Webinar in The Climate Teacher Ed Webinar Series, Institute for Science + Math Education, University of Washington. Retrieve from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aV0kxZxno4