Enacting Climate Solutions in the Classroom Workshop

Join this interactive and creative workshop for including climate action in your classroom. Help your students gain a feeling of belonging as part of a generation of change makers through embodied and fun activities that you can lead in your classroom. Together we will explore pedagogical methods for how to carry forth the wisdom from the ancestors to avoid the “unsustainable or scorched path” and chart our own course towards a “green path” for an equitable, survivable, and thrive-able future. Together, we will experience and learn to lead activities to weave the social fabric to become the ancestors we want to be, here and now! 

This workshop is being co-created and facilitated by students of the THDN Performance for Community Engagement course along with the instructor for this course, Professor Beth Osnes, and Jasmin Barco, Assistant Director for Energy and Climate Justice at CU’s Environmental Center.

*A version of this workshop will also be offered by this same team for the United Nations Conference on Climate and Human Rights, Right Here, Right Now at the CU Boulder campus Dec. 4th, 2022 at noon-1:15. 

Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE), E390 - CTL



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