Climate Change Teacher Training
Key Event Information
Did you know Cork is THE most climate-concerned county in Ireland? The Climate Action Team at Green-Schools is bringing a new training opportunity to the teachers of Cork on Thursday 18th of January
Join the team from An Taisce for a cup of tea, a slice of cake and a conversation on climate change. We will discuss the causes and effects of climate change, Ireland’s impact, some climate science FAQ’s, the proof and of course climate action! Our main aim is to empower you and your colleagues to confidently explore climate science and encourage climate action in your school community.
When: 11am – 2pm on Thursday 18th January
Where: Lifetime Lab at the Old Cork Waterworks Experience, Sunday’s Well, Lee Road.
How: Register now by emailing Climate Action Officer Gráinne at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the following details: name, school name and role number.
This training is free to attend and lunch will be provided.
Feedback from primary and post-primary teachers:
“I learned a lot about climate change. I feel I have a huge amount of information to bring back to the classroom. I feel more confident in my own knowledge about climate change and will definitely relay [the] information to children in school”, Sarah Wallace – Scoil Chiaráin Boys National School.
“Really fascinating, [I] feel more confident speaking about climate change now”, Sandra Shanagher – St. Finian’s Community College.