Pedagogical Commitments for Climate Justice Education
- This webinar, part of a series, features a conversation between Dr. Philip Bell, Dr. Deb L. Morrison, Dr. Fikile Nxumalo, and Pablo Montes PhC. They describe their early childhood education work at University of Toronto and University of Texas- Austin, including an NSTA journal article they wrote, with a focus on anti-coloniality, radical relationality, and reciprocity.
- 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 [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Nxumalo, F. and Montes, P. (2022). Pedagogical Commitments for Climate Justice Education. Webinar in The Climate Teacher Ed Webinar Series, Climate Teacher Ed Collaborative, Institute for Science + Math Education, University of Washington. Retrieve from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyZUWAnvoQk