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January 26, 2020 à 8:18 pm #1491TzomiMaître des clés
Introduce yourself! Who are you, what do you teach, and how long have you been incorporating climate change into your lessons?
Présentez-vous ! Qui êtes-vous, qu’enseignez-vous et depuis combien de temps intégrez-vous le changement climatique dans vos cours ?January 26, 2020 à 8:34 pm #1494TzomiMaître des clés
My name is Tzomi, and I am the coordinator of the Sustainability Education Alliance at the New Brunswick Environmental Network. I have been working on launching this website for the past year and I am very excited to welcome you all!
Je m’appelle Tzomi, et je suis la coordinatrice de l’Alliance pour l’éducation à la viabilité au Réseau environnemental du Nouveau-Brunswick. J’ai travaillé au lancement de ce site Web au cours de la dernière année et je suis très heureuse de vous accueillir tous !February 9, 2020 à 6:01 pm #1838NadineParticipant
Hi, Nadine here. I am Director of the Conservation Council’s Learning Outside project and a founding member of the Great Minds Think Outside program.
I have always been a nature educator in one way or another (and have worked in climate change education, primarily with municipalities and other stakeholders). I feel very strongly that ‘climate change’ education begins with providing children ample opportunities to explore and learn in nature, developing a strong bond with the nature world. From there, they need to learn about the species and habitats around them, leading to a strong grounding in basic ecology. Understanding how the natural world works provides the foundation to understanding the complex impacts of a changing climate and is crucial for sound decision-making.February 14, 2020 à 12:51 pm #2052LouiseParticipant
I am the coordinator for the NB Post-secondary educators climate change community of practice. More than 30 professors from a range of disciplines have come together for two workshops in 2019=2020 and we have collected materials that are available on the resource database. Here’s a little info about me:
Louise directs the Conservation Council of New Brunswick’s climate change and energy program. She also is a researcher and instructor at the University of New Brunswick. Dr. Comeau conducts quantitative and qualitative research in the fields of environmental education and communications, environmental ethics, pro-environmental behaviors (citizenship and lifestyle), and the sociology of climate change, energy diversification, and energy literacy, She has almost 30 years’ experience in analyzing and developing climate change policy, communications, and solutions-related programming. Louise lives in Keswick Ridge with her partner Tom where they homestead and engage with students through site visits and teaching and research at the University of New Brunswick.February 17, 2020 à 12:49 pm #2097GeoffParticipant
My name is Geoff MacDonald and I am the Director of Education at The Gaia Project specializing in curriculum development. I was born, raised and educated in Fredericton, New Brunswick and attended the University of New Brunswick to obtain a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Education, and Master of Education focusing on teacher education and inquiry-based learning strategies. I began working in climate change education with The Gaia Project in the summer of 2018 and developed a climate change education plan for the province of New Brunswick with support from the Environmental Trust Fund.
I am currently working with a number advisory committees across NB to design K-5, 6-8 and 9-10 climate change curriculum companion guides for teachers.
I am happy to support teachers who want to introduce climate change topics in the classroom through a platform they are most comfortable with delivering to students.
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