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March 8, 2012

Free Green Teacher Webinars

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Are you looking for new information on teaching?
Do you need new ideas and new ways to integrate natural science into your classroom or school?
Maybe you’re just looking for some professional development about interesting school topics.

Whatever the reason, I suggest you go check out Green Teacher’s 2012 Webinar series.

Each webinar is free to register, and free to view in their archive for up to one month.  If you have a subscription to Green Teacher Magazine, you can view all archived webinars for free. They can also provide you with a certificate of participation to keep for your records.

Here are some upcoming topics:
  • “Deep Climate Change Education: Learning and Teaching for Personal and Social Transformation”
    Thursday, March 8, 2012, 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
  • “Schoolyards Re-Imagined: School Ground Innovation in the San Francisco Bay Area and Beyond”
    Tuesday, March 27, 2012, 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

If you don’t have time for the webinars, why not subscribe to Green Teacher Magazine?
Many of their webinars explore past articles more in depth, plus their magazine includes:
  • Ideas for rethinking education in light of environmental and global challenges
  • Practical articles and ready-to-use activities for various age levels from 6-18. 
  •  Resource reviews: evaluations of dozens of new books, kits, games and other green resources.
Go to www.greenteacher.com to download a free issue and check out the contents of the latest issue. You can order digital or printed copies and even get articles in Spanish or French!

The magazine and webinars are great teaching resources for all levels of educators, not just classroom teachers!


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