Climate clinics are full-day workshops that help non-formal and formal educators learn the science of climate change and strategies for teaching climate change in nature centers, schools, and communities. The focus is on issues and resources in the Chicago Wilderness region (which includes northeastern Illinois, northwestern Indiana and southeastern Wisconsin).
Our next workshop:
Teaching Climate: Understanding climate change science, impacts, and action.
Saturdays, October 3, 10, 17 & 24 & November 7, 2020
with a follow-up gathering in the Spring
10:00 – 11:30 am
online via zoom
Want to incorporate climate science into your curriculum?
Searching for materials and resources to teach climate science?
In this free, online Saturday series you’ll gain the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to build educational lesson plans for this spring and next year. Sessions will include meeting local experts, building your knowledge of climate science, and exploring climate justice using interactive, inquiry-based lessons and investigating the local impacts of climate change.
Presented by Animalia Project, Field Museum, Openlands and Chicago Wilderness
Continuing education credits available (12 credits for teachers)
Plus– “door prizes”
Questions? Contact Susan: ask ~at~ animaliaproject ~dot~ org
Check back for details about future climate clinics.
Explore resources from the Chicago Wilderness Climate Change Workshop in November 2017: Shifting Climate, Shifting Mindsets.