Join Project Learning Tree and Cyberchase: Green It Up for a free webinar on July 20th at 4 PM Eastern Time. The one-hour session will explore creative ways to teach math and other STEM skills through educational resources focusing on nature and the outdoors.
Talking with Green Teachers features discussions with environmental educators from around the globe. In each episode, we hear the human side of EE, while discussing some of the big questions facing this diverse branch of education. This Earth Day, win gift cards to the Non-Profit Outdoor Learning Store by subscribing to our podcast!
Calling all Environmental and Sustainability Education researchers, faculty, students and scholars! Don’t miss the EECOM Research Symposium happening April 21st as part of the online EECOM 21 Conference! REGISTRATION IS STILL OPEN! Register today: https://ecoschools.ca/eecom
What are renewable energy technologies and why is it important to teach students about them? This one-hour webinar will answer these questions and provide practical tools, ideas, and resources for how to incorporate hands-on learning about renewable energy technologies in your grade 4–12 classrooms. Hear how schools and classrooms across Canada are preparing students for their energy future using GreenLearning’s Re-Energy Program using STEAM Based learning.
Inclusion is a complex word and it is filled with different layers and meanings. This webinar will focus on the implementation of inclusion. It will include some strategies for working with the complexity of inclusion as well as the challenges and the opportunities it presents. Karen will create the space for people to be vulnerable and curious to share with one another. There will also be opportunities for people to enter into breakout room groups and share their voices through the chatbox.
What role does policy play in combating climate change and how can we empower our students to take action on these issues? Join GreenLearning’s expert panel as they discuss climate change policy in Canada and around the world. They will provide practical resources as well as programs and strategies for teaching youth about climate change and empowering them to take action.
In this webinar by Green Teacher, we will be taking a deep dive into the Flood:Ed program — an exciting challenge for students that offers hands-on learning about flood planning and resilience. Join us in discussing the impacts of flooding both at home and school while exploring ways to stay protected!
This webinar offered by Green Teacher will investigate the many meaningful and creative ways people around the world are working to manage, reduce and eliminate plastic waste, while providing ideas for classroom activities that can be taught virtually.
Do we overprotect our children? What are the daily experiences you had as a child on school grounds? What are we, as a society, offering children today on school grounds in terms of risk? This free webinar will consider these questions, provide information on risk in school grounds, and how we can work as collective voice and take steps locally. Lisa and Anders will share some tools for talking to parents, educators and others about the importance of risk taking, and will provide examples of good play space design on children’s behaviour.