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TES Web Chat with Ellen

Ellen MacArthur will participate in a live webchat with TES at 18:00 tonight, to discuss how the circular economy could inspire a generation to re-think the future.

Ellen will be focusing on how circular economy concepts can be incorporated into teaching a range of subjects in creative and engaging ways. She will also talk of how she became interested in the idea of a circular economy, how teachers can get involved in CPD sessions with the Foundation’s Development Field Officers.

At the start of September, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation released three new suites of education resources for secondary schools:

These resources are now being used by teachers across the United Kingdom.

Join the webchat here

Email your questions for Ellen in advance to webchat@tes.co.uk

On Twitter, you can submit your questions and keep track of the conversation using #TESchat

Find out more about the circular economy in education with an article from the Foundation’s Head of Education Ken Webster

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