The Climate Curriculum for the 21st Century

The Climate Curriculum for the 21st Century

Develop skills and confidence to integrate climate issues into your taught curriculum with this webinar and follow on module.

Are you a Cumbrian secondary teacher who sees the importance of integrating climate issues into your taught curriculum, whatever your subject may be? Do you want to gain the confidence, knowledge and skills to do this?

Then sign up for this webinar, follow on module and final webinar online course led by our friends at Leeds DEC. It consists of five hours' commitment.

The webinar is being held on Monday 15 March at 4pm.

Confidence, knowledge and skills

It will give you as secondary teachers, of any subject, the confidence, knowledge and skills to build teaching on climate issues into your existing curriculum topics. You will also be able to support your fellow staff and your pupils to make sense of the climate emergency.

Access to a suite of resources

You will also be given free access to the Climate Curriculum for the 21st Century, which has been developed by our colleagues at Leeds DEC with the University of Leeds, and a suite of lessons for MFL, citizenship, science, maths and RE. The resources provide a real-life context for learning by using the framework of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, which aim to improve the lives of people and protect the environment.

Teachers will also gain support from a mentor to integrate climate learning into existing subject teaching.

Sign up to gain:

  • engaging, curriculum-linked resources
  • support to create and trial your own lessons
  • a space for discussion and sharing.

What is the Climate Curriculum?

The Climate Curriculum for the 21st Century – Educating for a Sustainable Future course has been developed with experts from University of Leeds Earth Science Department and subject specialists. The course consists of an Introductory 1-hour webinar, an online module and a short closing webinar. Total course time commitment is approximately 5 hours.

The course is fully funded but places are limited, so please sign yourself and your colleagues up here via this link as soon as you can!