TEACHING CLIMATE CHANGE IN CLASS, A MUST AND A CHALLENGE* PUBLISHED

R. PAȘCALĂU1, S. STANCIU1, Laura ȘMULEAC1, A. ȘMULEAC1, C. SĂLĂȘAN1, Alina- Andreea URLICĂ1, M. BAKLI2 1 Banat’s University of Agriculture Science and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timisoara,2 University Center Belhadj Bouchaïb Aïn-Témouchent laurasmuleac@usab-tm.ro
Teachers face a difficult but imperative task. All of them have to figure out how to talk about the complex forces behind climate change and its effects on cultural, safety, prosperity, and progression. They have to teach youngsters their possibility and the community’s ones how to act and become an important pillar in reducing the magnitude and intensity of climate change. Consequently, it is crucial to capitalize the training techniques that education requires for sustainable development, to take learning out of the classroom and into the community. Educators must act in advancing the school’s overall response to climate change, which involves focusing on climate and sustainability in the curriculum. In this regard, it is essential that the program contains strong and clear guidelines for the future. Teachers need to help learners adapt to climate change and the climate conditions of the future. Education has a crucial role to play in this difficult task. Its role is threefold. Firstly, it must play its part in developing social and individual capacities and attitudes towards climate change mitigation in order to prevent maximalist global warming projections in the near future. Secondly, skills development it is crucial as well as capabilities, and attitudes to adapt to the obvious and imminent climate impacts. Thirdly, it carries out a permanent position in stimulating and strengthening understanding and attention to the evident facts of the global warming. The education for the global warming targets a clear strong direction, namely a determinate commitment of the academic community in HEIs. It is also highlighted by the diversity of the variety of educational methods and approaches. Teachers who experience the teacher’s climate change education course will be involved in a wide variety of ways that will use both intelligence and training skills. Their mission is a very complete one and the result must be seen in the consequence of their student’s actions and attitude in the near future.
teaching, climate change, education, learning, language
Social Sciences
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