This GHELI Teaching Toolkit includes 6 individual collections curated to support teaching and learning about climate change and health. Designed for high school and higher ed classrooms, it provides accessible, evidence-based information for curricula, teaching materials, student assignments and learning experiences.
While our primary format for residencies has been a hybrid of in-person and off-site, we are restructuring these opportunities and programs to be entirely remote-adaptive. Take a peek behind the scenes about visual communication and instructional design highlighting faculty, students and staff. If you’re interested in learning more about future offerings, email us!
Alongside our university-wide and partnered global health events, we hold virtual workshops and online learning engagements that focus on tools and techniques to inspire innovative pedagogy. We’ll be announcing more new programming to support new remote teaching and learning efforts: if interested in signing up, join our mailing list.