The Art and Science of Teaching Climate Change
This is an online event
95 Robert St, Toronto, ON M5S 2K5, Canada
Want to cover climate change in the classroom, but not sure where to start? You’re not alone. A recent NPR/Ipsos poll showed that less than half of K–12 educators surveyed tackle climate change in their classroom. In this webinar, educators will learn strategies to communicate climate change principles that can be applied to any classroom. Through practical, inquiry-focused activities, teachers will gain tools to navigate one of the most important environmental issues of our generation.
Shannon Subers is a science communicator, artist, and conservation educator based in San Diego, California. As an education specialist with San Diego Coastkeeper, her daily work takes her into K–6 classrooms to teach students about ocean pollution. Shannon holds an M.A. in Biology from the Advanced Inquiry Program, a joint effort between Miami University and San Diego Zoo Global. Her graduate research involved combining art and science to better communicate conservation.