This Course will be delivered in four parts. You must register for each session seperately. Please see outline below for Session 3.
Suitable for: Primary and Post-Primary (All subject teachers)
Duration: (1 Hour per week x 4 sessions)
Time: 7pm - 8pm
Session 1: 27 January, Session 2: 03 February, Session 3: 10 February and Session 4: 17 February
This course will help you:
Whether you know lots or nothing about the Climate and Nature Crisis, this course is for you. For those who know a lot about the Climate and Nature Emergency this course will help you to become more effective communicators in the classroom. For those who know very little this will help you to get up to speed.
This live and interactive 4-part course, features inspiring role models, experts and change makers from around the world. You’ll be equipped with the motivation, resources and knowledge needed to drive individual, collective and systemic change.
Population, pollution and finding a balance
Ø Thinking globally vs locally
Ø Air and plastic pollution
Ø The complexities of a growing population
Ø Addressing multifaceted risks and why protecting nature is key to preventing future pandemics
Ø Effective, empathetic and compelling communication, and finding common ground
ØCircular economy, and misconceptions around waste
A collaboration between Athlone Education Centre, Drumcondra Education Centre, Kilkenny Education Centre, Limerick Education Centre and Waterford Teachers’ Centre.
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Monday to Friday
8:30am – 5:00pm
Saturdays - Available upon request
(13 June until 26 August 2022)
9:00am - 4:00pm