October 26, 2022 - April 5, 2023 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Dates and times: October 26th – April 5th, 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm AT
Natural Curiosity and Green Teacher are excited to launch a climate-focused virtual professional learning series to support a just recovery from COVID-19. This series is for educators who wish to deepen their own inquiry into the ecology of natural curiosity — growing a learning environment where educators and students experience themselves in relationship with the Land and each other in community — and how this pedagogical approach can be applied to climate change education.
Over the course of six months, educators will explore the four-branch framework of environmental inquiry and the associated Indigenous lenses, that present tangible entry points towards a reciprocal relationship with the Land participating as a co-teacher. This framework will be applied to a solutions-focused approach to climate change education that leaves students both informed and empowered about the challenges and opportunities of anthropogenic climate change. Strategies to overcome barriers will be discussed in a safe and collegial online environment where educators may process their experiences, ask questions, and share stories. A Slack communication channel will be created to allow for conversation and mutual support between sessions.
For the full schedule and to register, click here.