Teaching for Climate Justice and Student Action

  • This 4.5 hour professional learning session takes a deep look at the ideas and resources featured in a webinar with Dr. Philip Bell, Dr. Deb L. Morrison, and Tim Swinehart. Educators will explore how to navigate school systems to be able to engage students in climate action and activism, consider how to engage students in climate learning in hopeful ways, and engage in a model lesson.
  • Meant to be paired with the corresponding Climate Teacher Ed Webinar from UW Institute of Science + Math Education to facilitate educator learning about the featured form of climate justice learning pedagogy for their own local context.¬†

Organization Info:

People to Contact: 

Dr. Philip Bell, UW Institute of Science + Math Education [pbell@uw.edu]

Link to Resource
Citation

Norris, J., Swinehart, T., Morrison, D. L., & Bell, P. (2022). Teaching for Climate Justice and Student Action, December, https://docs.google.com/document/d/1x9YQhp-vEGIfyZkc7Snqvyh2ZQxyF3mF9dPJ1wrxXbs/edit?usp=sharing. University of Washington, STEM Teaching Tools.

Resource Creator
UW Institute of Science + Math Education
Language
English
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CLEAR Environmental Contributor
Last Updated
February 28, 2023
Resource Topic:
Climate Justice Learning
K-12 Education
Action for Climate Empowerment
Resource Created on
February 28, 2023