Duration Four weeks
Mode Online, self-paced
Load 3-4 hours per week
Platform Moodle & Zoom
Do you know that India witnessed an extreme weather event — landslides, cyclones, floods, etc. — almost every day from January to September 2022? July 2023 was the hottest month ever recorded in the history of the planet as the Earth’s average temperature is on the rise. To make the matter worse, this temperature rise could soon be surpassed, owing to human-induced climate change. It’s more urgent now than ever for educators to bring the issue of climate change to the forefront, build our knowledge on it and empower our students for climate action.
Centre for Science and Environment’s (CSE) Green Schools Programme (GSP) invites applications from interested school teachers (teaching classes V to XII) for joining the fourth batch of its free online course on climate change.
Exclusively designed for school teachers, the four-week course will:
Add to and build up their understanding and knowledge of climate change, and its science, politics and impacts Offer them ideas, tools and methodologies for more effective classroom teaching of the subject of climate change Bolster their confidence to facilitate classroom discussions on the subject within their own local context Provide a platform for learning from the experiences of a cohort of teachers and other professionals in the field
A CSE E-Certificate of Participation will be awarded to all participants who complete the course successfully.
Broad Course Layout
|Online Course on Climate Change|
|Batch 1||Batch 2||Batch 3|
|After the first three batches in the last session and an onsite Climate Convocation, we now invite interested teachers to participate in the fourth batch to discuss and learn more about the biggest environmental concern of today — climate change|
|Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute|
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