How can educational systems adapt to empower students to take action on global 21st century issues such as the global climate crisis?
NET ZERO’S Climate Activist Cherry Sung from South Korea explores how a conservative and standardized education system could implement an environmental education that empowers people. Sung interviews Chris Dede of Harvard’s Graduate School of Education to discuss his solutions. Dede’s research, which includes infusing technology into large-scale educational improvement initiatives such as climate change curricula, is focused on developing new types of educational systems that prepare learners for the challenges of a 21st century world.
This film is curated for the Planet Classroom Network by Protect our Planet and Planet Classroom