Beyond Sustainability: Embracing Values-Based, Regenerative Climate Education

This interactive workshop aims to help teachers gain confidence and competence teaching climate change and related socio-ecological issues. Participants will engage in experiential learning and dialogue – so they can gain a deeper connection with each other and find greater purpose in delivering socio-ecological  education. They will explore progressive pedagogical approaches and the importance of values-based, regenerative climate education. Participants will be introduced to Student Leadership for Change (SLC), a free library of learning resources which empower students to develop their critical thinking and agency on social, environmental and climate justice issues.

Target Audience


To Bring/Important Notes

Participants will need a device capable of connecting via video and audio through zoom. For everyone's best experience, we ask educators to participate fully with video/audio to create a more meaningful and engaged breakout/dialogue experience. 

Please pre-register for the resources we will be referencing in the workshop. Instructions and links are in the document saved under "Resources". If you would choose a student Action Pack under the Climate Action Unit in advance, that would be great.

Thanks!  Maureen Jack-LaCroix 


11:45 AM - 1:15 PM

This session is full.


  • Be the Change Earth Alliance
    Maureen Jack-LaCroix

    Maureen is an engaging facilitator with 18 years experience as an environmental educator; is the Creative Director of BTCEA, led the team to create Student Leadership for Change learning resources, has a Masters in Eco-Psychology and is a PhD candidate at SFU in Socio-Ecological Education.