Being aware of your impact on the environment, both locally and globally, is an important part of being a responsible global citizen. But for young learners growing up in a digitally-focused global society, the disconnect between their everyday lives and the natural world is greater than ever.
How, then, can educators reconnect students with the environment, motivate them to care, and empower them to protect our planet?
In this webinar, photographer, conservationist, and National Geographic Young Explorer Gabby Salazar will share with you:
her unique story,
her experiences working with children around the world,
to help you foster environmental responsibility, raise global awareness, and use photography in your young learner classroom.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Photographer and conservationist Gabby Salazar travels around the globe to document rare and endangered species and to raise awareness about their plight. She is a National Geographic Young Explorer, a former President of the North American Nature Photography Association, a U.S. Fulbright Scholar in Photography, and a member of the Emerging League of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). At 19, she founded a student magazine with Nature’s Best Photography to promote photography as a way to connect kids with nature. She continues to teach photography to children and teenagers around the world.
Connect with Gabby: gabbysalazar.com