The main goals of climate change education include building a sustainable future, inspiring action, and making an impact on a collective and personal level.
The main goal of this course is to gain an in-depth understanding of climate change, but also to change our own behaviour and actions to impact our school and students.
But where does climate change even fit into the curriculum? Comprehensive learning is not only based on theory and concepts, but is closely related to seeing the future, understanding complex relationships between events, and implementing the knowledge gained.
By completing this course, you will be able to:
We will use a mixture between theoretical and workshops training based on real-life examples. Different strategies (such as Flipped Classroom and Project Based Learning) enable the participants to develop and to create their solutions for their own professional needs and the needs of their students. During the course, students will have the opportunity to reflect and to debate about climate change and also to think and to design different futures.
The course includes both individual and team work. Throughout the classroom sessions, maximum advantage is taken of tools such as the interactive screen for projecting videos and digital material, and the tables and chairs for setting up the furniture (in the form of an auditorium, forum, coworking, etc.), generating different interchange situations. We will be learning by doing both on laptops with specific software as well as with analogical materials such as markers, post-its, whiteboards, and poster boards.
100% funded by the Erasmus+
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