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Climate Justice

June 3 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 pm

Climate Justice

Event Date & Time: June 3 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 pm

Cost: $

Dialogue Australasia Network has cancelled its annual conference, so if offering some online PD opportunities, which will be free of charge to DAN members. The first of these will be on Wednesday 3 June, 7 – 9 pm (NZ Time).
This webinar will explore the ways in which the RE curriculum can contribute to students’ understanding of issues of climate change and justice, enabling young people to develop their knowledge of ‘green religion’, and their expression of perspectives and ideas about justice on this hot earth. Practical ideas to use in your classroom guaranteed.
Registration
Please use this link to register for the webinar. You will then receive a confirmation email with all the details.
Please note that there are only 50 places and bookings will be taken on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.
Lat Blaylock
Lat is a primary and secondary specialist. He is Editor of REtoday magazine and has written many RE resources published by RE Today, including Picturing Christianity, ‘Big, Big Questions (a package for music in RE) and Spiritual Engagement (a folder of ideas for 16-19 RE days), as well as contributing to many resources such as Understanding Christianity.
Since joining RE Today his work has been wide-ranging and varied, and includes advising teachers, schools, dioceses and local authorities. His PD training attracts thousands of teachers every year, covering themes from poetry, art and creativity to assessment and curriculum planning. He also runs day conferences for gifted and talented pupils and for 16-19s. He has made seven series of RE broadcasts with the BBC, including the award winning My Life My Religion (2015) and recently has been involved in advising the BBC on the BBC Religions of the World and A to Z of Religions and Belief series (2017). Lat was the specialist writer for the RE Council’s 2013 national RE curriculum framework.