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Past Workshops and Webinars

To help educators make the most of the CLEAN collections and learn more about teaching climate literacy and energy awareness, we offered a series of professional development events. There are no events scheduled for the 2012-2013, but the session recordings and workshop products from past workshops are freely available. See classroom materials created at CLEAN workshops.

Workshops for undergraduate faculty

These online workshops provided opportunities for faculty of all disciplines to learn in-depth science, see examples of innovative classroom projects, and to create new classroom materials for teaching about energy and climate. Sign up for CLEAN Announcements to be notified of upcoming workshops.

2012 Online Workshops

Communicating Climate Science in the Classroom - April 2-11, 2012
This workshop explored effective practices for communicating climate science and climate policy and showcased strategies to help improve student understanding of this complex and sensitive topic.

Teaching Climate Complexity - May 7-16, 2012
This workshop was designed to help faculty expand their knowledge of the climate system, and offered demonstrations of successful teaching approaches. Faculty collaborated to create new classroom materials for teaching climate literacy.
See results of the 2011 workshops about climate and energy.
See classroom materials created at CLEAN workshops.

Interactive Webinars for teachers of grades 6-12

These Interactive Webinars addressed a variety of topics within climate and energy. Each session was designed for teachers to gather information about science, see example teaching materials from the CLEAN collection, and consider classroom strategies that are particularly suited to these topics.

The Interactive Webinar series for the 2011-2012 academic year has concluded; a recording of each iWebinar is available below:

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