TEACH CLIMATE NETWORK
Summer Institute For Climate Change Education
The Teach Climate Network's three-day climate change education conference is built by educators and climate change professionals from across North America! We are planning the 2024 Summer Institute now. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or check back in January 2024 for updates!
What do I get?
Explore curricula and tools to teach climate change concepts in all subject areas and settings
Connect with local leaders and learn about equitable solutions in your region
Reimagine your classroom with pedagogies that support climate change education
Explore the 2023 Institute
Theme: Shared purpose, shared future
This energizing experience connects educators to an engaged community seeking to build collective strength to inspire hope and action in our communities.
See the agenda and check out the presenters of the 2023 Institute.
Meet the 18 regional cohorts that developed the framework, themes, and workshops of the 2023 Institute.
2023 Institute Themes
Understanding & Observing Climate Change
Dive into how people study, understand, and portray climate change.
Learn to engage the heart and the mind to build relationships for climate action.
Education for Justice
A look into the intersections between social justice, climate change, and education.
Educators as Change Makers & Champions
Celebrate good teaching strategies that steward climate literacy and social change.
Levers for Change
Explore and evaluate climate change solutions that catalyze systemic change to support communities.
Check back here for information about the 2024 Summer Institute!
We are planning the 2024 Summer Institute now. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions or check back in January 2024 for updates!
“The Summer Institute was transformational, not simply because of the content presented, connections with peers and mentors forged, and climate education resources provided, but because of the way information was shared and conversations led. The facilitators modeled a respect for all beings that underpins their social and climate justice perspective; this created a safe space for learning and quietly underscored the urgency of their message.”
— 2023 Summer Institute Attendee
We are committed to making this training inclusive and accessible to all teachers. Climate Generation offers full scholarships, with priority given to People of Color and teachers in underserved districts. More details on how to apply are available upon registration.
Graduate Credit Optional
This event is offered in partnership with Hamline University. It can be taken as a stand alone course or as a part of their new Climate Literacy Certificate. More information about how to sign up for graduate credits are available upon registration.