Transforming how our next generation thinks and acts about the environment and the world requires profound changes in teaching and learning. And that is why the OECD, UNESCO and Education International ran a joint initiative to gather teacher expertise on what makes a difference in student agency to act and lead on climate matters.
Overall, about 850 teachers actively contributed to this initiative, with engagement from more than 6500 visitors across 157 countries. The final Summary of InSights report is available here in English, French and Spanish. You can also read the highlights from the initiative here: Teaching in Focus #44-Teaching for Climate Action.
We thank all those who actively contributed inspiring and innovative insights on teaching for climate action over the past six months.
This initiative was led by OECD, UNESCO and Education International.