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Activities and Activism for the Anthropocene #416

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Sun, Nov 22, 16:45-17:45 JST | Zoom 21 VIP
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This is a workshop looking at ways in which we can use real-world experiences and environmental activities to help young learners deal with anxiety and a feeling of powerlessness in an age of crises. How can teachers and communities build and participate in projects that empower children and enable them to play their part in protecting the natural environment around them?

Presentation Assets

Patrick Jackson

Patrick Jackson

Oxford University Press Sponsored Speaker
Patrick Jackson is an author of primary ELT courses and readers, including the bestselling Everybody Up, Potato Pals, and Shine On. Patrick enjoys exploring how teachers can link their classrooms to the wider community and the world beyond. A passionate beachcomber and litter-picker, Patrick is the creator of the Picker Pals school system, a story and song led environmental initiative that gives children and their families real world litter-picking experience. He speaks locally and internationally on the subject of environmental education, with a particular focus on how we can get children onto the first rung of the eco-ladder. Patrick tweets as patjack67.