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Eco-literacy: What? Why? And How?

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Join Ceri Jones and Katherine Bilsborough on 8 October 2021 at 17.00pm UK for the eighth and final talk in our World Teachers' Day 2021 celebrations.

Ceri Jones and Katherine Bilsborough
8 October, 2021 - 17:00 Europe/London
One hour

About the webinar

If you are thinking, Eco-literacy! What is it? Why is it important? How can I do it? … this webinar is for you. You will leave the session with a clear understanding of what eco-literacy means, why it is important and, more importantly, how you can easily start developing your learners’ eco-literacy skills … from tomorrow.


8 October 2021


17.00pm UK. See what time this is in your location

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About the speakers

Ceri Jones is an ELT author and teacher trainer based in the south of Spain. She is one of the co-founders of the ‘ELT Footprint’ community. She is interested in exploring student- and teacher-generated solutions to teaching and learning.

Katherine Bilsborough is an ELT author and teacher trainer. She is a co-founder of the global ‘ELT Footprint’ community, winner of the 2020 ELTons award for Innovation in Teacher Resources. She is passionate about educating teachers, creating ELT materials, and protecting the environment.

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