CLEAN Teleconference Call January 8, 2019

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Tim Grant: Books for teaching about climate change Show notes

Abstract: In the past 2 years, Green Teacher has published 2 books of interest to CLEAN members. The first, Teaching Teens about Climate Change, was designed for those that work with teenagers, inside and outside of schools. The second, Teaching Kids about Climate Change, was designed for educators who work with children aged 5-14, again inside and outside of schools. The majority of articles, activities and teaching strategies found in each of these 80 page paperbacks were published from Green Teacher magazine, subsequent to the publication in 2001 of our book Teaching about Climate Change. In his presentation, Tim will highlight a few of the contributions to each of these new books.

Bio: Tim Grant is the publisher and former editor of Green Teacher, a non-profit magazine for youth educators. During his 26 years at Green Teacher, he edited/co-edited 9 books, including Teaching about Climate Change (2001) which sold 25,000+ copies before going out of print two years ago. Before stepping down as editor, Tim hosted 85 webinars, including 3 related to climate change education. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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