Anne Armstrong is an author, an educator, and a Ph.D. student in the Department of Natural Resources at Cornell University.
She is also the mother of a three-year-old daughter who inspires her investigation into how environmental educators communicate climate change.
Anne stopped by to discuss her new book, Communicating Climate Change: A Guide for Educators.
What kind of field experiences inspired Anne to write her book?
How can environmental educators facilitate conversations about climate change?
What types of resources can educators use to develop programs about climate change?
Let’s find out.
Self-Efficacy: Confidence in your ability to achieve goals (Armstrong, 2018).