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Monday, 08 November 2021 08:10

Earthwatch Education & Guinness World Records – New Educational Resources

The Earthwatch Europe Education team is proud to announce a collaboration with Guinness World Records. Members of our team have created a set of lesson plans and learning through play activities, taking inspiration from topics in this year’s Guinness World Records book.

The 2022 book draws a focus on the environment and looks into some of the big challenges the planet is facing. Earthwatch also makes a feature on page 6 of this year’s copy which is printed in 22 languages and sold in over 100 countries around the world.

The resources can be accessed via the Guinness World Records website

"We are really excited to have the opportunity to work with Guinness World Records on such an inspiring project. We’ve worked collaboratively to provide resources and ideas that can support students and teachers to learn more about some of the big challenges facing the environment and how they can act to be a part of the solution. With these resources, we hope to connect the next generation to the planet and provide them with the knowledge and confidence to make positive environmental change!" Mollie Clay – Learning & Engagement Co-ordinator

You can become part of the Earthwatch Education community and find more free resources here: https://edu.earthwatch.org.uk/

 

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