Teacher Training

Teacher Training

Teaching kids bioeconomy … but how?  

 

In April 2022 Transition2bio organised a free online peer2peer training for teachers (teaching pupils from age 5 to 11) on how to teach bioeconomy on primary school level.

The webinar aimed at supporting teachers with introducing existing innovative teaching and learning materials on bioeconomy. Teachers are important multipliers helping to raise a generation aware, sensitive and interested on environmental issues, sustainability and circularity.

 

Watch the training recordings and get inspired!

 

In the following we provide selected presentations of the training. Teachers that wish to deploy the materials presented can adapt them to their own context and use them.

The following videos are recordings from the online training and contain:

1) An introduction to bioeconomy by Judith Feichtinger, ZSI

2) Existing teaching material on bioeconomy by Lily Teitelbaum, BIOCOM

3) Practical tips for teaching bioeconomy in schools by Clément Robijns, BIOCOM

4) Practice example: Bioeconomy for a sustainable future by Semih Esendemir, BLOOM awared teacher

Teachers that wish to deploy the materials presented can adapt them to their own context and use them

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