Let the forest be YOUR classroom!
Fully-funded climate science and learning for school teachers.
Earthwatch is pleased to offer fully-funded places on our climate change research project in Oxfordshire’s Wytham Woods, combining ‘hands-on’ scientific research and innovative tailored learning sessions for teachers.
What’s it all about?
TEACH EARTH is a journey of learning and discovery that inspires teachers through a unique combination of 'hands on' climate change research and learning about education for the environment.
TEACH EARTH operates on the principle that truly embedded learning comes from direct personal experience. The programme engages teacher’s hearts, hands and minds by connecting them personally to science and nature at an Earthwatch Research Centre.
Here, teachers undergo an a intensive research and learning programme, exploring the role of education in addressing global challenges, examining the best strategies for the teaching of environmental issues and contributing to cutting edge climate change science, supported by expert scientists and facilitators.
How can I get involved?
With support from the Royal Wedding Charitable Gift Fund and Garfield Weston, ten teachers will receive full fellowship funding to join the programme at the Earthwatch Regional Climate Centre in Oxfordshire between 29 July and 4 August.
We're sorry, but applications for TEACH EARTH 2012 are now closed. Should you like more information, or wish to join a future TEACH EARTH team, please email us at: email@example.com.
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