March 9, 9am-3:30pm PST
In person workshop; for grade 6-12 educators ($35)
Teaching climate change can feel overwhelming. How can teachers and students approach climate content with hope and action? And what role does empathy and student voice play in solving the climate crisis?
Join the California Academy of Sciences and KQED for a climate workshop that combines science, pedagogy, and media-making!
With educators from the California Academy of Sciences, you will experience an environmental learning cycle that connects you to local stories about climate change, and discover why empathy is the place to start. Then join KQED educators and create an audio model for a climate advocacy project you can do with students. You’ll leave with ready-to-use curriculum, resources, and tools to empower students to share their voice about climate change topics that matter to them.
This workshop is designed for teachers of grades 6-12. All educators are welcome.
This in-person workshop will take place at the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.
Pre-registration is required. Tickets are $35 for this workshop. A limited number of tickets are available, and registration will close on Thursday, March 7 OR when full.