OFFER FOR EDUCATORS:

CLIMATE EDUCATOR NETWORK CEN

Since 2016 the Climate Educator Network CEN supports and facilitates capacity building and exchange between educators around the world.

Discover the community platform and exchange ideas, share know-how and collaborate with fellow educators for a better future: www.climate-educators.org

Join our CEN group on Facebook and discuss with other educators.

More about CEN in this flyer and video.

CEN LOGO

CEN offers educators, like teachers or trainers, and their groups worldwide concrete support:

  • Inspiring examples, activity descriptions, ressources and coaching for their own educational activities
  • Matching with another educator and support for international or regional online exchange between groups or educators – about a common topic, to share experiences or develop an activity together
  • Support to plan, prepare and evaluate for local know-how sharing events – like school projects, regional know-how exchange meetings or train.the-trainers

More about the offer here.

For Swiss teachers we offer beside this as well school visits with activities to prepare  international or regional online exchange with another class or group: Contact cen@myclimate.org to learn more.

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Other myclimate workshops for all Swiss high school classes

INSPIRING PAST EVENTS:

2015 WAS THE YEAR OF THE CLIMATE CHALLENGES

Classes and teams from Kenya, Uganda, Romania, Cameroon and Switzerland started and realized challenges for climate protection. More about realized climate challenges and postcards here.

2013-2014 LOCAL SOLUTION CONTEST

45 teams from Uganda, Kenya, Hungary and Switzerland developped and realised local solutions for climate friendly consumption – see the video from the Hot Stuff day below and find the inspiring local solutions here.

Hot Stuff Climate Net can still be used as inspiration for activities with students – yet, if you, as educator, are interested in exchange with another educator or his/her group, please contact cen@myclimate.org

More about the idea of Hot Stuff Climate Net here – illustrated in the Hot Stuff Intro Movie