Climate change in schools

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Climate change in schools

Postby thepiercy on Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:19 am

Hi
I am scoping the UK curricula for links to climate change, decarbonisation and and sustainability, and seeing what resources are out there to support teaching. There are a LOT of lessons plans, activities, worksheets, videos etc but how good are they? Do they really work in the classroom and change the understanding of the students that follow them?
I'd be really grateful if anyone could share their thoughts on this. is there something you've used that was great and you woke recommend? Is there a resource that really didn't work? is there a gap? What is missing from the classroom that you would really value to support teaching in these growing areas?

Thanks for your thoughts

James
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