This article was co-authored with Catherine Walker and Nerida Jolley. You can read the introduction here, and then continue with the rest of the article, for free, via the University of Manchester's website here. One of Maisy Summer’s beautiful images for the YPAC creative book How can climate change education address rather than exacerbate eco-anxiety, … Continue reading Creative, sensitive and grounded in diverse perspectives: Why we need inclusive climate change education
An article was written for the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) "Ideas From Teachers" blog. Student leadership and youth empowerment has always been a core component of my approach to teaching, and I learned to recognise and move from ‘tokenism’ leadership towards ‘partnership’. Here’s my experience, which may give you some encouragement and ideas to hand over the reins yourself.
A performance piece inspired by young people for the Youth Climate Summit 2020. Written, performed and produced by Kit Rackley. Watch the performance , and click on the links embedded in the lyrics to explore case-studies of positive climate action by young people.
Calling all teachers, schools and students at both the primary and secondary phases! The Youth Climate Summit is a free, week-long virtual festival (9-13 Nov) of themed discussions and activities. Read more to whet your appetite!
#GeographyTeacher #DecadeInReview 2010-19 (Pt 2) - Nos 5 to 1 in my top-ten run-down of noteworthy 'geographical' items of the past decade. Ft. @StrikeClimate @BirdgirlUK @BBCWorld #DigitalPlanet @Gapminder @MetOffice @ClimateSignals
Global Climate Strike (Friday 20th September): My open letter to school leaders.
My first week at the Exploratorium, and again I find myself having the pleasure of seeing young people in action. Featuring: @exploratorium