CLIMATE CHANGE WORKSHOP – A Virtual Event for Educators Professional Development: July 12–13 • Graduate Course: July 5

CLIMATE CHANGE WORKSHOP

CLIMATE CHANGE TEACHING TOOLS

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5.11.22

A Virtual Event for Educators
Professional Development: July 12–13 • Graduate Course: July 5–22
A collaboration between University of Maine Climate Change Institute
and the Maine Department of Education.

 

Four workshops led by renowned experts in climate change:

Understanding Climate Change Data
• Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Electric Vehicles
• Bringing Climate Change Into the Pre-K–12 Classroom: Pre-K–12 Climate Education Learning Progression with MOOSE
• Incorporating Nutritional Risk Into Planetary Health Frameworks

 

Keynote speakers:

Dr. Seth Campbell
Assistant Professor, School of Earth and Climate Sciences and Climate Change Institute

Dr. Ivan Fernandez
Distinguished Maine Professor, School of Forest Resources and Climate Change Institute

Dr. David Reidmiller
Director, Climate Center, Gulf of Maine Research Institute

 

REGISTRATION IS OPEN! Deadline: June 30, 2022

Professional Development
12 contact hours or 1.2 CEUs • $199 or Graduate Course Credit
INT 500 • 3 credits • $550 per credit

umaine.edu/summeruniversity/climate-change-workshop
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