Changing Tides: Building Flood Resilience
This workshop will be delivered at the Surrey Teachers Association Convention. Explore resources to teach students about extreme weather as part of your science, math or social studies curriculum with digital tools to engage learners on flooding.
Climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of extreme weather events around the world and causing sea levels to rise. With these changes, come more susceptibility to Canada’s most common natural disaster: flooding. This workshop will explore a variety of curriculum-linked resources, digital tools and activities to teach learners about flooding and flood resilience from GreenLearning’s STEM-based Flood:Ed Program.
What you get out of the webinar:
- Overview of the types, causes and solutions of flooding in Canada.
- Toolkit of resources and lesson plans for engaging students in extreme weather preparedness and flooding education.
- Practical strategies and activities to empower learners to become resilient to flooding at home, school or in their community.