Green Educators Program
creating a better future, now.
Education at the core of global change
Society is aware that green change is not an option, and it’s up to the new generations to make a difference. But the idea of the effort needed to make a difference holds many people back from taking action. And it doesn’t have to be that way. We can learn to act locally and contribute to a positive impact globally.
Green School is taking action-based learning online. We want to help educate teachers, students, and adults to think, act, and reflect like green leaders, so they can become the sparks that ignites change within their communities to build a better future for all.
Learn to teach the Green School way
The Green Educators Program is a professional development training for educators around the world. Dynamic courses run throughout the year, unpacking the pedagogy and fundamental design principles of Green School’s holistic, student-centered and nature-based curriculum.
Are you ready to start?
Upcoming Onsite Courses
Upcoming Online Courses
Who is it for?
The program is for anyone who considers themselves a green change maker. It’s for educators, within any role, who feel a need to explore holistic, student-centered, and nature-based activities which they can learn to enrich the education within their school or organization.
Green Education Enthusiasts
Aspiring to learn from Green Educators how to teach the Green School way.
Looking for a professional development program to further enrich their knowledge.
Searching for inspiration on how to design a holistic, student-centered, and nature-based curriculum.
Why join the Green Educators Program?
Regeneration through Education Podcast
Let’s run down the halls, speak out of turn, break a few rules, and have an honest conversation about why schools need to change. Join me, Sal Gordon, and other rule-breakers as we dig into what needs to change, why and how we can pick up the pace on education reform. I’m going beyond the theory. Beyond the school gates. I’m getting fidgeting and I’m not waiting to put my hand up to be given permission to talk. I think the School bell is about to ring, so let’s get ready to get real.