Communicating About Climate Change in Our Classrooms and Communities: Session 4
The Great Lakes Stewardship has designed a virtual, four-part series focusing on helping teachers—and their students—communicate effectively about the climate crisis. Featuring specific strategies and tools to help people navigate climate conversations in classrooms and communities, the series will provide support for the planning and fielding of climate actions at a scale that feels right for each attendee.
- Session 1 (October 11, 2022. 4-6 PM): Learn why communication about climate change is key, then examine climate communication tools and strategies.
- Session 2 (November 1, 2022. 4-6 PM): Explore examples of communication strategies in climate action projects, then learn about a planning process for a place-based project.
- Session 3 (December 6, 2022. 4-6 PM): Refine a strategy, tool, or project idea, interacting with peers for feedback and support.
- Session 4 (May 9, 2023. 4-6 PM): Celebrate the work on climate change accomplished during the 2022-23 school year through a virtual gallery.
Event website: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ejcit4zy6ae717c9&llr=qg4zo6cab
Contact: Jan Sneddon, Event Organizer, Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative
Email: [email protected]