Curriculum & Instruction: Nature-based and Place-conscious Practices M.Ed. – Fall 2017

Apr282017
Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Location: SFU

Enhance your professional capacities to meaningfully integrate nature-based and place-conscious learning within your educational practice, through a community-oriented, experiential and inquiry-based approach in our Master of Education (M.Ed.) program. Explore philosophical underpinnings and develop ongoing relationships with specific places and communities as a foundation for your personal and professional practices.

Become immersed in local ways of knowing and being in the world through holistic, reflexive, reflective, experiential, as well as relational practices as you study in various locations within the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows School District and other locations within the Lower Mainland.

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Membership Benefits

  • Annual subscription to Green Teacher: Canada’s popular environmental education journal (value $27) plus access to the entire Green Teacher database of past issues!
  • Subscription to EEPSA email listserve
  • Voting privileges at EEPSA annual general meetings
  • Support to advocate for improved environmental education in BC Schools
  • Notice of EEPSA sponsored conferences and events
  • Opportunities to connect and network with environmental educators

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