The Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN) is hosting a Climate Change Education Workshop for educators from across the Columbia Basin. This will take place in Nelson on Saturday, March 3 and is just $20 for CBEEN members ($40 for non-members) and includes climate change education resources, a morning workshop by Columbia Basin Trust's Climate Action Program, a national resource round-table over lunch with organizations like Green Teacher, Let's Talk Energy and Green Learning Canada, and the BCTF 'Climate Heroes' workshop in the afternoon.
This workshop will help teachers to develop effective climate change education and is put on as a partnership between the Kootenay Lake Local Chapter of EEPSA, the BCTF, Columbia Basin Trust, Wildsight and CBEEN. More information and registration is here: http://cbeen.ca/climate-change/
It would be great if you could join us.
BC curriculum is changing. School districts and teachers are working hard to transform along with it. The Metro Vancouver Classrooms to Communities (C2C) Leadership Clinic is an immersive professional development opportunity for school district teams to advance community connected learning as a priority school district action strategy.
What’s in it for your school district / team?
- Focused time to develop action plans, team building and purposeful collaboration
- Relationship building and success sharing within and between school district teams
- Expertise, inspiration and support from colleagues and C2C community partners
- A unique setting in the heart of Crescent Beach – close to people and nature
Join EEPSA and many others at the annual New Teacher's Conference.
School district staff and community educators are invited to participate in the pilot 'Classrooms to Communities' Curriculum Implementation Workshop which will take place in 3 weeks at JL Crowe Secondary School in Trail on Monday, November 27.
This is an opportunity for teachers and community educators to come together to learn, share, connect and collaborate to support Place-based Learning within the context of the redesigned curriculum.
World Environmental Education Congress – WEEC – is an international congress addressing education for environment and sustainable development. WEEC 2017 is the 9th congress and will take place September 9-15, 2017 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
The congress is an international meeting point for everyone working with education for environment and sustainable development or which have an interest in the field. WEEC 2017 is as such an opportunity to learn more about the latest in environmental and sustainability education, to discuss with people from all over the world, to share your own work and to learn from others. We are expecting participants from a wide range of countries. Are you maybe a researcher, educator, student, decision-maker, NGO or media working with or having an interest in education for environment and sustainable development, or are you just curious? Welcome!
The congress will discuss the role and importance of education for environment and sustainability at all levels; both in higher education and for lower ages.
This Place-based Education webinar will showcase examples and discussion about what constitutes excellent place-based curriculum and student work and how these authentic products inspire deep learning. Webinar presenter Amy Demarest is the author of the book Place-based Curriculum Design (Routledge, 2015). She is a former middle-school teacher who now works with formal and non-formal educators in a variety of settings. Most of the graduate courses she has taught have been on standards-based curriculum design but recently she has been able to focus solely on place-based design work.