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Meaningful sustainability and climate change education: the tangled web we (need to) weave

7 July | 10:00 am - 10:45 am

This session will challenge participants to think actively about the ways in which sustainability and climate change education can be taught (and learnt) in a meaningful way. It will consider the active role of the teacher in moving learners from engaged to bothered about the subject, look at ways in which you can try to enable behavioural changes and also how to approach using existing resources in the best way to support you and your learners. As this is very much context dependent you will be supported in thinking and discussing strategies in the light of your own setting, the learners you teach and your own position as a teacher. We will link with three key themes: pedagogy, entanglement and privilege, in order to ensure that you have a clear approach for making the curriculum work for sustainability. 

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7 July
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10:00 am - 10:45 am
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Leigh Hoath, Associate Professor, Leeds Trinity University
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