The climate crisis raging around the world challenges each of us to do whatever we can to help our children, our communities, and the planet.
As educators, we have an opportunity to respond in a thoughtful, empathic, and action-oriented way:
- How can we help our students understand that their everyday actions affect those in other countries?
- How might we invite them to empathize with migrant children who have suffered disproportionately from this climate crisis?
- Most importantly, how might we empower our students — as well as their parents and our community leaders — to take action to address the climate crisis?
Read the article in the latest issue of Childhood Education: Innovations magazine.
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