Connect on the Quest
Feeling Prepared and Empowered to Teach Climate Change!
Attempting to teach about a subject that has become as politicized as climate change has and can be incredibly challenging, especially when you don’t feel like you have adequate answers or information for students.
Join Climate Generation educator Seth Spencer as we dive into resources that Climate Generation offers for formal and nonformal K-12 educators and youth, including the Teach Climate Network which provides educators with access to resources, professional development, inspiration, and community networking to teach climate change in all disciplines, grade levels, and educational settings.
This year’s Connect on the Quest series will focus on resources and education surrounding Climate Action.
Connect on the Quest is a virtual gathering centered on providing Green Schools Quest participants with opportunities to connect with each other and learn together. It is also open to educators and the general public who are not GSQ participants, but would like to learn about the subjects shared.
- Seth Spencer, Teach Climate Network Coordinator for Climate Generation
- Several GSQ Participants will share out updates on their projects
Wednesday, January 11, 2023
4:30 - 5:30 PM CT
Virtual event via Zoom.
Registrants will receive login details prior to the event.
FREE. All are welcome!
Click on the 'Register' button on the left side of this page.
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Contact Hope Gribble, USGBC-MGC Green Schools Manager, at email@example.com or 314-577-0225.
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