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Resources to talk about climate change and the Paris Conference

From November 30 to December 11, the United Nations Conference on Climate Change is held in Paris. Several educational resources are offered by different organizations to address the subject in class.

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From November 30 to December 11, the United Nations Conference on Climate Change is held in Paris. Several educational resources are offered by different organizations to address the subject in class.

Science in play offers a collection of games and video clips on the theme of the environment and climate. See here.

The magazine The Resourceful devotes a special feature of its December issue to the Paris Conference, an online section entitled All united for the planet, and additional free educational activities in its Teachers area.

The collection of scientific animations eduMedia offers several elements related to the themes discussed during this global event, of which we can have a free preview on the website.

SCOOP! Learn with the news, the teaching department of L'École branchée, published some activity sheets in connection with the Paris Conference in recent weeks. You have there may already have free access without even knowing it! (This is particularly the case for teachers from the Montreal CS, the Découvreurs, Energy, the Région-de-Sherbrooke, the Hauts-Cantons, the Islands, the Grandes-Seigneuries secondary sector, and several others!)

Education hub, via his resource search engine, full of suggestions! Just type in the word "climate" and admire the result ...

Do not hesitate to tell us about your other favorite resources! We can add them after these. Write to us at info@ecolebranchee.com to suggest them to us, or leave a comment using the module for this purpose at the bottom of the page.

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Audrey Miller
Audrey Millerhttps://ecolebranchee.com
Directrice générale de l'École branchée, Audrey détient une formation universitaire de 2e cycle en technologies éducatives et un baccalauréat en communication publique. Membre de l'Ordre de l'Excellence en éducation du Québec, elle s'intéresse particulièrement au développement professionnel des enseignants, à l'information à l'ère du numérique et à l'éducation aux médias, tout en s'activant à créer des ponts entre les acteurs de l'écosystème éducatif depuis 1999. Elle s'implique cette année notamment dans l'Association Edteq et en tant que membre du comité d'orientation stratégique de l'ACELF.

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