Students examine the causes and effects of global warming and delve into questions of who is most responsible for and vulnerable to the changing climate. Students also grapple with how to respond to climate change in ways that are both effective and fair.
Teaching About Climate Change and Questions of Justice
During this hands-on workshop participants will experience lessons and a role play activity from the Choices Climate Change and Questions of Justice unit (provided). Activities are designed to:
BUILD students’ critical thinking and analysis skills;
SUPPORT students in articulating their own perspectives;
EMPOWER students to make the changes they want regarding climate change.
Cost: $35. Workshop fee includes a print format AND a one-year license for our Digital Editions format of the Choices Climate Change and Questions of Justice curriculum unit and a certificate of attendance.
Pre-registration is required.
Early registration is advised.
This program is co-sponsored and supported by the Center for Global Studies, the East Asia Center, the South Asia Center, and the Southeast Asia Center at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington.
Funding provided by the U.S. Department of Education under Title VI of the Higher Education Act.
This interactive workshop is appropriate for middle and high school history, social studies, and humanities teachers, including AP and IB educators.
Your program was informative, interesting, and helpful. As a speaker and presenter, your style is most effective. No nonsense, fun, and engaging. Thank you very much.
– Fred T., Middle School History Teacher, Florida