Back to all Conferences Education Summit The goal of this summit is
to empower educators
to build resilience
in their communities.
Day 3 Agenda: Education Summit (Part I)
Day 3 Agenda: Education Summit (Part II)
Keynote Speaker: Bill McKibben
Bill McKibben is a founder of the grassroots climate campaign 350.org and the Schumann Distinguished Professor in Residence at Middlebury College in Vermont. He is a 2014 recipient of the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the ‘alternative Nobel.’ He has written a dozen books about the environment, including his first,
The End of Nature, published 25 years ago, and his most recent, Oil and Honey.
Sampling of the Summit
Opening Panel: How can we build community resilience through education?
Track I: How can your school contribute to community resilience?
Complexity Builds Resilience: Building Oyster Reefs and Community Connections
Nature-Based Guides to Effective Teaching and Learning
Become an Energy Savings Superhero
Earthling Power: How Nature Study & Play Shape Our Understanding of Community
Examining student identity and agency in relation to climate change: A case study with 6th grade learners
A Place-based, Educational Videogame for Building Awareness and Motivation around Climate Change with High School students: “Future Delta 2.0”
Track II: How can we educate in our local communities to build resilience?
Community Climate Change Fellowship Program: Building climate change resilience at the community level
Living Shore: Building Resiliency through Education and Collaboration on the Eastern Shore of Virginia
What’s the “Sweatuation?”: An informal approach to climate change outreach and network building
Education about and Toward Resilience: Examples from NYC post-Hurricane Sandy
Professional Training Workshops
Climate Change Integration Module: A STEM Integration Tool for Teacher Education Curricula
Resilience, Adaptation, and Climate Communication: Applying research findings to environmental education programs
Climate Justice and Community Resilience: An Interactive Dialogue
Collaborative Activity: How Can We Make Change?
Climate Change Education Field Trip
Guided Activities at Towson University’s Center for STEM Excellence at the Columbus Center
Participant Forum: What’s Next?
News & Resources
What are youth leaders around the world doing about climate change?
Find out here!
For more information, contact:
Susan Jane Gentile, Department of Environmental Studies,
Antioch University New England
In collaboration with the
US Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development