Teaching the language of climate change science
Julie Hayes and Bronwyn Parkin
We are seeing how climate change is strengthening our storms, wildfires and heatwaves. We need to join with others globally to take action and teachers have an important role to play in preparing students to act. Teaching the language of climate change science — supported by a rich array of online resources — will support you in facilitating the big conversations in the classroom — demonstrating how scientific concepts are developed through the language you use in class, and strategically handing over agency to your students.
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Also access the Teaching and learning progression for Pre-school to Year 8 published as a precursor to this resource.