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This is the wiki for the 2021 NCTE Climate Justice Round Table Session for Sunday, November 21 from 10:30 - 11:45 Eastern.  

 

The presenters' handouts, slides, and/or videos related to their presentations are listed in the right sidebar organized by their round-table titles. To open up files, you will receive a message that because there's no preview, you need to click on download to download the files.

 

Here are the wikis for previous NCTE climate change round table sessions for the 2020 NCTE Virtual conference, the 2019 NCTE conference in Baltimore, and the 2018 NCTE conference in Houston. 

 

Here are videos from the 2020 NCTE Virtual Conference on Teaching About Climate Change Using Writing, Teaching About Climate Change Using Literature, Interdisciplinary Methods and Environmental Justice, and Preparing Teachers to Teach about Climate Change

 

Here's two On Demand sessions from the 2021 NCTE conference on teacher preparation and climate change and ecological issues with water

 

Here's the wiki for the book Teaching Adolescents About Climate Change: Reading, Writing, and Making a Difference (NCTE/Routledge) and the ETCCC.blog (English Teachers Concerned about the Climate Crisis). Here's a summary of the opening chapter that was published in the January 2020 issue American Educator magazine for 900,000 members of the American Federation of Teachers

 

 

 

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