Students are increasingly talking about climate change and its unpleasant consequences. This can lead to a feeling of powerlessness about the future. As a teacher, it is important to give your students the decisiveness to do their part, but how do you do it?
Our Young Innovators program is an educational program that gives young people actionable perspectives to shape the world of tomorrow. We do this by practicing green skills such as systems thinking, problem solving, and mobilizing others using real-local sustainability challenges.
For curious teachers, we have developed a few free trainings. In these trainings we will both introduce the theory behind the crucial Green Skills but also practice how to cover it in an interactive way in the classroom. This will make your teaching not only more sustainable, but also a touch more fun.
You can register for free for an individual webinar or the entire series. There are a limited number of places available so we can be small-scale and interactive. If you have any questions please contact our organizer Thijs.
Webinar 1: Systems thinking and dealing with uncertainty
Time and date: June 7, 15:30 - 17:30
Application link: Teddy webinar 1
Webinar 2: Creativity and problem solving.
Application link: Teddy webinar 2
Webinar 3: Topic to be announced.
Application link: Teddy webinar 3
Webinar 4: Topic to be announced.
Application link: Teddy webinar 4
*This webinar is part of the Teddy Project. This project, under funding from Erasmus+, seeks to support Europe's teachers in and digitizing world.