Empowering Students to Meet Today’s Eco-Social Issues through Authentic Learning

From climate change to the pandemic to racial justice, today’s eco-social challenges often evoke despair, helplessness, and eco-anxiety in youth. Learn to blend online and community-based ‘authentic learning’ with pedagogies of active hope to empower students to participate in critical dialogue and local solutions for planetary and personal well-being


2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

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  • Be the Change Earth Alliance
    Maureen Jack-LaCroix

    Maureen is Be The Change Earth Alliance’s founder and a SFU PhD candidate in Environmental Education and Social Innovation. She’s an inspiring speaker, curriculum designer, and environmental educator with 17 years of experience delivering teacher and student workshops. Maureen co-created the Student Leadership for Change resources with teacher consultants.