Climate Change Education
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Now in its 2nd edition and featuring updated literature, this book defines climate change education for the global citizen and looks at pedagogies supporting CCE. It will be invaluable to climate change educators, and can act as a reference resource for teachers, education policy makers and public education agencies.
Climate change is complex and there is a need to educate our future generations so that they are able to deal with the plethora of information and views that they come into contact with in their lives. This book inquires into what it means to teach and learn about climate change.
Now in its second edition, Chang further explores what education for climate change entails, discussing the concept of climate change education (CCE) itself, how it is taught in schools and how public education is being carried out. Featuring updated literature in a quickly advancing field, the book defines CCE for the global citizen and looks at pedagogies supporting CCE. It also identifies teachers as key stakeholders in climate change discourse, how to improve teacher readiness on the topic and how teacher professional development can support successful implementation of CCE.
This book will be invaluable to climate change educators and can act as a reference resource for teachers, education policymakers and public education agencies.
1. Introduction 2. Defining climate change education for the global citizen 3. Climate change education in the formal curriculum 4. What do students know about climate change? 5. Pedagogies for successful implementation of CCE 6. Preparing teachers for CCE 7. Assessment in CCE 8. Lessons from CCE for public education 9. CCE, environmental education and sustainability education through geographical education. 10. Is CCE relevant for the global citizen in these critical times?