The Climate Reality Australia team is delighted to introduce two new climate change education units for teachers and students across the Asia-Pacific region.
Now that she has returned home, Azizah Nasution wants to encourage more student-centred learning throughout the Green Teachers Indonesia network. Azizah and her fellow teachers have started by running their very own Skillshare.
Senior Geography teacher and trained Climate Leader Mona Datta understands the impacts of climate change on her local environment - impacts highlighted so tragically last weekend in the Himalayan state of Uttrakhand.
Sonia Kapoor, head of Environment Programs at her secondary school in New Delhi, is using her summer break at home to develop teaching resources based on her time at the Skillshare.
Tripti Mehta, a Biology teacher with Sanskriti School, India, tells us how she plans to use storytelling to get her message across in the future.
Dian Anggraini, assistant to the Manager of The Climate Reality Project Indonesia, is one of two Fellows staying on for an extended Australia Awards Fellowship. Dian will use her time in Australia to continue to strengthen relationships between the Australian, India and Indonesian Climate Reality branches.
Aditya Pundir, Branch Manager of The Climate Reality Project India, brought 10 educators to Australia for the Skillshare. Aditya's group plans to use lessons learned from the Skillshare to develop lesson plans and teaching aids to share back home.
Educator from India Susan Thomas is looking forward to sharing her skills in Melbourne this May.