Join with your peers in a webinar as you help your students to think critically about sustainability and explore how to engage effectively.

Open to: all project and other interested teachers / educators who would like to find out more about the approaches developed through the I-CAN project (see below)

Date and registration: Tuesday 25th April from 4.00pm to 5.00pm (UK time)

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About the I-CAN Project 

Over 1,000 teachers and educators across Europe have already tapped into two new thought-provoking and useful resources from the I-CAN Project. Experienced partner organisations have contributed our tested tools and collaborative materials that can become a tangible part of your teaching sessions. The intention throughout is to help move the dialogue, whatever the starting point, and motivate young people to engage differently with ways to impact change.

Read more on the I-CAN website and post your comments here in the teachers’ community forum.

Access this Climate Action Guide to thoroughly explore the issues in relation to education in Part One, and use the great range of practical sessions for the classroom in Part Two.

The I-CAN Climate Conference Kit then leads you step by step through 5 key themes, from Knowledge and Values, through Skills, Engagement and Action, to Behaviour Change. This is an interactive resource to guide you through everything from a class activity, to a climate workshop through to a model United Nations COP conference.

ICN is delighted to be part of the final on-line webinar and to be able to share learning at the Schools of Education in Bristol this week.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under the Erasmus+ program ‘Cooperation for innovation & the exchange of good practices, Strategic Partnerships for adult education’. All the publications and communications reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Project number: 2020-1-UK01-KA201-079063.