Teaching Climate Change Workshop

Teaching Climate Change

a Workshop for Teachers

August 12 & 13, 2019 | 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Museum of the Earth

Climate change is perhaps the most important issues facing global society today. This educator workshop will build skills and knowledge for working with learners of all ages and in a range of settings but will focus on middle and high school settings. Participants will receive free copies of the highly-praised "The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change".

This two-day intensive workshop will be lead by a team of educators from the Paleontological Research Institution: Dr. Don Haas (Director of Teacher Programs), Dr. Ingrid Zabel (Climate Change Education Manager), Dr. Alexandra Moore (Senior Education Associate), and Dr. Rob Ross (Associate Director for Outreach).

The Paleontological Research Institution is a recipient of the National Center for Science Education’s “2019 Friend of the Planet” award.

Workshop fee: $100, lunch is provided both days.