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Teacher Action on Climate Change

Science teachers have the knowledge base to understand climate change and the communication skills to explain it. We can be an important factor in increasing the community’s understanding of this most crucial issue.

The Vicphysics Teachers’ Network established an initiative “Science Teachers for Climate Awareness” (SciTCA). The purpose of which was to raise the awareness of the voting public, starting with your teaching colleagues at your school, and then the parent body, and other community groups.
SciTCA Climate Change Workshops

The SciTCA Committee has developed a package of a selection of PowerPoint presentations, booklets and information sheets. It also organises Climate Change workshops on this material. There have been five workshops so far. We are planning another for March next year 2013. Watch this space!

The presentations from the last SciTCA workshop, Climate Change for Science Teachers on 2 April 2012 are available for download from the box below. If you are interested in more on the BZE Zero Carbon Australia Plan you could look at ‘Can the world move to renewable energy in time?’ above – or click on this link to go to the Beyond Zero Emissions website. (sourced from https://web.archive.org/web/20180112085210/http://www.vicphysics.org/teachingclimate.html 4/11/2021)


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