Join the webinar to learn how to inspire children to see the world with a One Health perspective. Come find out how you can teach children about vaccines in an uncontroversial way. Learn how to deliver the One Health message to children in your community so that you can change society at the grassroots level. Come join the One Health education movement!
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"Teaching One Health to Children (5-18 year olds)"
3rd March 2020, 12:30pm
Presented by Deborah Thomson
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About the webinar
- Learn various techniques to efficiently explain One Health to the general public
- Understand why teaching One Health to children is important
- Learn steps to create One Health lessons for primary and secondary school students
- Learn ways to deliver One Health lessons to primary and secondary school students
- Understand how to implement One Health lessons in your community
- Learn how to establish sustainable One Health educational efforts at the grassroots level
- Appreciate how One Health lessons can address the majority of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals
- Learn how to join international One Health educational efforts
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About the speakers
Dr. Deborah Thomson is a clinical veterinarian, a primary and secondary school educator and curriculum developer, a first responder during natural disasters, a public speaker, a science policy advisor, a musician, and a One Health advocate. She is passionate about Science as a whole and has taught her One Health lessons in underserved public schools in California in order to inspire ~1,000 children to consider a future in Science. Her lessons have been taught from coast to coast in the United states as well as in Africa and South America.
Her educational background includes attaining both a Bachelor of Music (Honors in Flute Performance) and Bachelor of Science (Biology) from McGill University in Canada. Afterward, she taught English Language Learners in a middle school and then attained a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree as well as a Certificate in International Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in the United States. She then completed a one-year rotating small animal internship in Southern California and has been working as a veterinary clinician and invited educator since 2012.