Green Teacher's 2011 Webinar #3: "Two-Eyed Seeing: Building Cultural Bridges for Inclusive Science Education"

We are very excited to announce the launch of Green Teacher’s 2011 Webinar series. We hope you’ll join us in one or more of our 30 FREE webinars on various environmental education topics this year. Almost 800 non-formal and formal youth educators filled out our online survey and helped us choose the topics for these webinars. Each session will feature a 20-30 minute presentation, and 30-40 minutes for you to ask a question of our presenter.


The topics and dates for our first four webinars are below. For more details, and information on how to register, please visit http://greenteacher.com/webinars. Once again, these webinars are offered free of charge, and we hope you’ll take advantage of the opportunity to explore these current popular topics in environmental learning with us.


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Webinar #3: February 23, 2011, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. EST
Webinar Topic:  “Two-Eyed Seeing: Building Cultural Bridges for Inclusive Science Education”
Presenter:  Annamarie Hatcher

Two-Eyed Seeing, from a Mi’kmaq Elder named Albert Marshall, is an expression that refers to the importance of looking at the world through two sets of eyes: those of Western sciences, and those of Indigenous sciences. In her presentation, Annamarie Hatcher will describe the challenges for marginalized students in the school science classroom, which is dominated by the Western eye. She will provide some ideas for teachers to help them bridge the cultural gap between these two worldviews, through some hands-on activities.