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Jacob Nøhr Schubart: Climate Education Presentation

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  • 1. Climate education at Guldberg School - what, how and why?
  • 2. Programme
    • Guldberg School
    • Climate and buildings
    • Climate and educational aspects
    • Pictures and examples of climate teaching
  • 3.
    • Guldberg School
    • Public primary school, age 6-16
    • Situated in Nørrebro, Copenhagen
    • 530 pupils (1/3 bilingual) and 45 teachers
    • Two separate buildings within walking distance
    • Outdoor-school. 1-2. grade have classes in nature each week all year round.
  • 4. Buildings
    • Solar cells, displays in classrooms, reading of use
    • Windmill at entrance
    • ‘ Intelligent’ classrooms controlling light and heating
    • Climate curtains to keep heat inside
  • 5. Climate education
    • Hands on  learning by doing
    • Climate and citizenship education – what can I and we do?
    • Save the planet  focus on action, but no dystopia
    • Challenge: How to make abstract and complicated science and knowledge concrete and understandable for pupils
  • 6. Outline for a Curriculum for a climate education
    • Global warming and greenhouse gasses
    • The greenhouse effect, rising temperature and climate changes
    • Renewable energy – sun, water and wind
    • Waste, sustainability and recycling
    • Weather, sea currents, floods, water circulation, deforestation, droughts
    • Consequences for people and animals
  • 7. Examples of climate teaching
    • Climate feature weeks
    • Climate journalists
    • Allotment garden with green roof and rainwater accumulation
    • Climate class will host delegates for CCFC09

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