Teach with Space Online Training
Date: 9 March 2022
Level: Primary school teachers
Time: 16h30 - 18h30 CET
Certification: a certification of participation will be provided to attendees.
Registration: Open until 4 March 2022 at midday (12:00 CET). Apply here.
Earth’s weather and climate are complex systems that scientists study using data from satellites and ground-based measurements. In this training, aimed for primary school teachers, we will investigate the differences between weather and climate and explore some of the most important indicators scientists use to study climate change from space. We will explore how these indicators can be used to support your science lessons using a learning approach which focusses on real-world problems to promote the development of STEM competences and global citizenship skills. We will provide examples of hands-on activities and projects that can be developed in the classroom, such as the Climate Detectives project. Join this training and engage your students to become Climate Detectives!
More information, including Overview, coming soon.