March, 2021

03mar(mar 3)5:00 pm24(mar 24)6:30 pmClimate Learning; Climate Action Organiser: Scotland's Development Education Centres Event Type:Workshop & Training

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A 3-part event to allow teachers to explore climate change, climate justice and climate action through active learning methodologies.

About this Event

This 3-part training event (3/3, 10/3, 24/3) will use active learning methodologies to allow teachers of the broad general education to help pupils to explore climate change, from the science, through climate justice and beyond climate anxiety, to climate action.

Part 1 Wednesday 3rd March, 5-6.30pm

(i) An introduction to climate change from a local to a global perspective(ii) Climate Change, social justice and the Sustainable Development Goals(iii) Active teaching methodologies around climate change

Part 2 Wednesday 10th March, 5-6.30pm

(i) Climate Action and pupil participation(ii) A mock global climate change negotiation (based on a UN COP meeting)(iii) Towards COP26 Glasgow 2021

Part 3 Wednesday 24th March, 5-6pm

(i) Case studies from around the world(ii) Resource share and cascading good practice


3 (Wednesday) 5:00 pm - 24 (Wednesday) 6:30 pm


Scotland's Development Education CentresThe Development Education Centres (DECs) are in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness and cover all Scottish Local Authorities from these regional bases. DECs are funded by the Scottish Government to offer no-cost high quality Professional Learning in Global Citizenship, within the wider framework of Learning for Sustainability. We support educators at all levels, across whole schools or learning communities. For up-to-date information the work of individual centres, please see their individual websites: