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Eco-Schools Newsletter April 2016

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Dear all,  

Welcome to the Eco-Schools International newsletter for April 2016.   

Did you know that this week is Climate Education Week? Check out
the Climate Education Week Toolkit that Earth Day Network has provided,
and have inspiration for activities that can be carried out throughout
the whole year.

 
An International Conference about Education for Sustainable
Development will be held in Ahmedabad, India, in September.
It will be a wonderful opportunity to share experiences about
engaging youth and children in EE/ESD. For more information about
the Paper submission procedure, please check the link below. 
 
A teacher from Palestine, Hanan Al Hroub, was awarded the Global Teacher Prize 2016, but the Top Ten Finalists are quite a varied representation of outstanding teachers from around the world. Last but not least read about an Eco-School in New Jersey, USA which was visited by the First Lady, Michelle Obama.

 
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Any feedback or ideas on how to improve the newsletter are welcome. Feel free to share it with anyone who may be  interested.

Enjoy reading and enjoy this sunny, cloudy or still snowy April.
 
Lead on Eco-Schools!
 
Bríd, Liesbeth, Anna
 
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The Climate Education Week

Earth Day Network’s 2nd Annual Climate Education Week starts on 18 April! Leading up to Earth Day, 22 April, educators will take the time to focus their classrooms and programmes on teaching students about the growing environmental concerns facing our world. The Climate Education Week Toolkit offers great classroom-ready, free lesson plans that focus on water issues, climate change, and this year’s Earth Day theme - trees!

Learn more about the Climate Education Week

Inviting Papers for International Conference -
ESD for Transforming Education for Children and Youth

An International Conference about Education for Sustainable Development will be held at the Centre for Environment Education (CEE), Ahmedabad, India from 16-18 September 2016.
The conference provides a platform to delegates from over 80 countries to present their experiences about engaging youth and children in both formal and non-formal settings for EE/ESD.
It is a very good opportunity for researchers and organisations to share their knowledge and experience.
For more information dabout the Paper submission procedure, please check the link below.

More info about the Conference

Global Teacher Prize - Winner and Top Ten Finalists
 
The Global Teacher Prize is a US $1 million award presented annually to an exceptional teacher who has made an outstanding contribution to their profession. This year it has been awarded to Hanan Al Hroub, a teacher from Palestine.
The Top Ten Finalists come from nine different countries, seven of which are Eco-Schools countries!
Learn more

A Tweet from Eco-Schools USA
 Michelle Obama visits an Eco-School in New Jersey
 
Michelle Obama visited Philip's Academy Charter School, in New Jersey, as part of her efforts to promote healthy eating in schools.
Check the Tweet by Eco-Schools USA and feel free to share or retweet it!

 
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