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June 13 - July 1, 2022

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Moodle Online Course

Teaching About Climate eeCourse June 13-July 1 - DRAFT DON'T USE

This course is designed to provide grades 4-12 formal and non-formal educators with an introduction to environmental education, and the skills necessary to integrate climate change environmental education activities within your classroom, homeschool classroom, or program.

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Teaching About Climate eeCourse June 13-July 1 - DRAFT DON'T USE
Teaching About Climate eeCourse June 13-July 1 - DRAFT DON'T USE

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June 13 - July 1, 2022

Moodle Online Course

About the Event

SEEKING PILOT TESTERS TO TAKE THIS COURSE FOR FREE!

Pilot Test the Teaching About Climate eeCourse - KACEE is seeking 100 educators to pilot test this brand new course for FREE.

$100+ Value, Yours for Free - Use Code:  KACEE100 at checkout

*REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  Sunday, June 12 *

View the informational flyer HERE.

eeCourse duration: June 13 - July 1, 2022

Time Commitment: 3-4 hours/week. To be completed at your own pace.

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Welcome to the Teaching Climate Change Environmental Education eeCourse. This course is designed to provide Grades 4-12 formal and non-formal educators with an introduction to environmental education and the skills necessary to integrate climate change environmental education into their classrooms, homeschool classrooms, and programs. Receive **BRAND NEW** climate education teaching materials designed for educators which explore climate connections to water, wildlife, and natural resources. This is an entirely online course that will be held through an online classroom called Moodle.  The course is broken down into 4 "Modules" on the online classroom and you will need to complete all 4 "Modules" to complete the course.  Modules includes various tasks and assignments that you will need to complete such as reading text, watching videos, sampling environmental education activities, etc.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify at least 5 best practices for teaching students about climate and climate change.
  • Summarize what people in Kansas and your community think about climate and climate change.
  • Identify at least two strategies from Teaching about Controversial Issues that you will use in your teaching.
  • Summarize important strategies for teaching about climate and climate change which encourage hope and optimism.
  • Engage in activities that lead to a greater knowledge and skills in implementing climate and climate change learning activities with students.
  • Engage in discussions and activities that model non-biased teaching approaches to climate and climate change, investigations, and decision-making (Integrating constructivist learning theory, whole language experience, service-learning, and sense of place) & develop strategies for integrating these approaches into their professional practice.
  • Participants will identify opportunities for integrating climate and climate change lesson plans into their instruction through the completion of a personalized instructional plan.

eeCourse Outline

  • Module 1: Introduction to Environmental Education, KACEE, Project Learning Tree, Project WILD, and Project WET 
  • Module 2: Contextualizing Climate & Climate Change
  • Module 3: Experiencing Climate Learning Activities by Grade Bands
  • Module 4: Development of a Climate EE Teaching/Action Plan

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