OVERVIEW OF THE GUIDE
“How to Implement the Climate Curriculum in Your School” is a teacher's guidebook prepared to guide teachers on how to implement climate change teaching in primary schools.
The guide has been researched and written based on the activities and methods applied by the project partners within the scope of the European Union Erasmus+ program school education project.
This multidisciplinary guide is aimed at primary school teachers (target: students aged 7 to 14) and offers turnkey sessions based on investigative approaches to help students understand climate change and the workings of land through theoretical and applied teaching methods.
The guide in your hand also includes case studies and methods on how you can teach climate change topics in line with your current curriculum in your school, and sample lesson practices obtained from the work done during the project are included in our guide.
The guidebook consists of the following sections:
Case Studies: It includes sample lesson plans that include methods and techniques that show how schools implement some aspects of the curriculum.
Pedagogical Overview: A brief overview of the different learning approaches suggested in the guide and some tips on how to make the most of this teaching resource;
Climate Curriculum: Progressive age-appropriate learning outcomes.
Toolkits: It include learning tools and methods to be used to implement the climate change curriculum in harmony with the school curriculum.
Sample lessons: Lesson activities carried out in partner schools during the project.
We take action: Activities to support students to express their ideas about climate change.