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10-Week Climate Literacy Training

The programme will be delivered in-school through a team-teaching teacher training lens, for the 10-week modular structure that fits the transition year programme. On completion of the module the teacher will have the knowledge and course content to deliver the programme.

The programme has a blended learning approach; the students will engage in game methodologies and activities in school that will be enhanced through an online learning platform that transforms the lessons into activities after each weekly workshop. 

Online Learning Platform

The online learning platform uses action-based problem-solving strategies delivered in 3 parts:


Messages and notifications that encourage students to engage in the process


The student then takes action and submits this proof of learning.


Feedback is sent.

Each weekly topic has a bite-sized ‘mission’, meaning an action must be done to move to the next level on the online platform. Combining knowledge and action with a blended learning approach provides the student with an effective learning experience that helps to establish lasting behaviour change.

Facilitator visits a school weekly for a double-period for 10-weeks. The teacher is trained to deliver the module in class with students; students sign up to the online workbook. On conclusion of the 10-weeks, a new group of students rotate into the module, the facilitator goes to another school and the teacher will teach the programme to the new-group. This group will sign up to the workbook.

Climate Literacy Program


Use the course again in 2022 for the next transition year students

€500 subscription for year two

What's the structure of the classes?

How do I deal with bad behaviour?

I don’t get bad behaviour because the students are engaged with games and we are discussing topics that relate directly to their daily lives.

What do the students like most about the program?

The students engage in two games to back up the learning. They are fun and interactive. 

What are the most popular parts of your methods of teaching and engaging with students?

New methodologies, fun games, up to date information and how relative the classes are to our daily lives. Students take action and can see that they are making a positive difference in their school and community. The format of the class; the weekly content is delivered by a powerpoint and then the students engage in two games to back up the learning. They are fun and interactive. 

What are students most excited about when they attend your classes?

The games and up to date information on issues they are seeing on their online social media platforms. The module offers students the platform to take action, they get to develop an idea into an action. They measurably see the changes their actions have over the course of their project.