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Teaching the Human Dimensions of Climate Change

Free Virtual Workshop for Grade 6-12 Educators

October 25, 2023     4:30-5:30 pm ET


Image Credits:  Ice Calving stock photo by DurkTalsma on iStockPhoto

Looking for enriching activities that will help your students unpack some of the complexities of climate change? Join us on Wednesday, October 25th from 4:30 -5:30 pm EST for a free webinar, where we will explore lessons that you can use in your classroom to teach about this challenging but incredibly important topic. 

During this interactive session, we will share activities that encourage analysis of various types of climate data, explore the disproportionate impacts of climate change on the world’s most vulnerable, and highlight how humans have altered global ecosystems. 

Register today and walk away with lessons that teach about the human factors of climate change while also addressing climate inequities in a way that centers the rights of both people and the planet. This session is perfect for middle or high school earth/environmental science and geography/social studies teachers and also English language arts teachers!

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All participants will receive:

  • Our Teaching Population lesson pack with 62 of our “best of” hands-on lesson plans for grades K-12.
  • A certificate of completion, showing a 1-hour virtual PD.
  • Access to online tools such as interactive slides and docs to enhance student learning.

"The workshop I participated in was absolutely amazing. The information presented was so useful and I can’t wait to incorporate it into my classroom. I was glad that many of the activities were on Google docs and so it could be easily accessed for later use!"
- PopEd webinar attendee