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creating climate change

Climate Change Education Network


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About the Climate Change Education Network

The Climate Change Education Network is an open collective of academics working in climate change education across various institutional, public, and community spaces of learning.

We originally sought connection to one another in early 2020, with the wider intention of creating an action response to the climate crisis, and to address the lack of climate change pedagogy and curriculum in various educational settings. Since then, we have been collaboratively researching, writing, teaching and delivering events to “create climate change”.

Despite the changing nature of the landscape, the ongoing challenges to our communities, and the social and ecological shifts which have occurred recently, we believe climate change education is as critical as ever.

We meet fortnightly online and have a number of projects underway which we hope will help us address the issues we see as important.

Podcast series

We are a network of academics from across australia with a passion for climate change education, exploring our climate change education practice through teaching and research. Here from us in this series of podcasts with the CCEN Convenor, Dr. Peta White.

Climate Change Education

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Events with the CCEN collective

The CCEN has delivered a range of workshops, seminars and events to support climate change education.
We can create and deliver a tailored workshop or event on climate change education for your group.
Please get in touch using the form below if you would like to know more.

Climate Change
Teacher PD Workshops

Presented with RCE Gippsland in 2020 and for VCE teachers in 2021.

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Presented as part of the
Public Pedagogies Institute Seminar Series.

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A commitment to our World:
Drama and environmental learning

Presented at Kaleidoscope 2020 and STAVCON 2020

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Creating Climate Change

An introduction to the work of the Climate Change Education Network

610, 2021

Environmental Science Teachers Workshop about Climate Change

By |October 6th, 2021|Categories: CCEN Event, Event|0 Comments

Presented by Climate Change Education Network A two part workshop for VCE Environmental Science teachers focussing on how to embed climate change into the study design and programs. Join us to explore how you can continue to lead and extend your VCE students to address the complexity and urgency of the climate [...]

1101, 2021

Outside the classroom: Education in a time of lockdown

By |January 11th, 2021|Categories: CCEN Writing about Climate Change Education, news|0 Comments

Our work as a collective of Climate Change Education academics in 2020 included developing a number of workshops for a variety of audiences during the COVID-19 related 'lockdowns' experienced in Melbourne. Members of our network shared their experiences of developing and delivering these workshops in the November edition of Eingana, The Journal of Environment [...]

1711, 2020

STAVCON Council of all Beings

By |November 17th, 2020|Categories: resource|0 Comments

Ensemble task instructions Instructions for ensemble task: Choose one of your goup's being as your group's being Brainstorm your being's statement to humanity using the provocations As an ensemble, create a Statement to Humanity from your being Represent your Statement to Humanity in the google doc here Brainstorm provocations [...]

1709, 2020

From the Ashes – Engana

By |September 17th, 2020|Categories: CCEN Writing about Climate Change Education, news|0 Comments

The ‘From the Ashes’ call for reflections for the May issue of Eingana prompted a timely response from the Climate Change Education Network. Read the full article above or download a PDF here. Eingana is the well-regarded journal of Environment Education Victoria that has been published biannually for over 30 years. For more [...]

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