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- FRSA FCCT Portland Education bold, brave & authentic global leadership & innovation coaching–Alex Bell M: +447714953575 Find links to all projects at: https://linktr.ee/AlexBell
- Events at Carnegie Museum of Natural History: https://carnegiemnh.
org/educator/educators/ ( Contact Taiji Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Girty’s Woods fundraiser Art/Craft Auction: https://www.facebook.
com/events/1749865175162693/ ( email Chris Lisowski at email@example.com)
- GASP has new Air Quality Education Kits that are free for educators to borrow! They’re most for grades 4-8. Here’s a link: https://gasp-pgh.org/kits/ (
email Laura Kuster at firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Communitopia SUPER MILD facilitated climate workshops: https://www.
- Chatham Eden Hall Events (email Kelly Henderson email@example.com for more info)
Virtual Field Trips:
- Social Justice and Sustainability Series:
- Seeds of Change Conference (stay tuned for a date announcement here): https://www.chatham.edu/
Dialogue Facilitation Training Interest Form: https://forms.gle/
Compiled Resources: https://www.chatham.edu/
Career Journeys (Consortium for Public Education): https://www.
Sustainability Leadership Academy: https://www.chatham.edu/
mission-and-values/ sustainability/sustainability- leadership-academy/
Growing White Teacher Advocates: May/June https://chatham.edu/
Calling all K-12 teachers of every grade level, subject area, or experience level!
Whether you are already teaching climate change-related lessons in your classroom or interested in getting started, it is important to have a like-minded community for support. Katie Modic, Communitopia’s Executive Director, will be sharing upcoming climate change professional development and curriculum creation opportunities available for K-12 educators. No matter your experience level or time commitment, there is something for you. We will also discuss interest in having future meetings with climate-passionate teachers.
Join us for our Climate Educator Happy Hour to connect with other educators and with opportunities to bring climate education to your classrooms. Hope to see you there!
This event is intended for K-12 educators, administration, and staff, but is open to the public. The Zoom link will be sent upon registering. Contact Ellen Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
This event encompasses United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4: Quality Education and Goal 13: Climate Action.