This workshop is designed to provide practical strategies, resources and curriculum connections that support environmental education and sustainable practices in the classroom and the community.
This workshop has been revised this year in partnership with the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada and Learning for a Sustainable Future.
Workshop GOALS include:
* To help participants gain a deeper understanding of the importance of environmental education and sustainable practices connect to the classroom and the community.
* To effectively integrate environmental education through cross-curricular connections
* To provide members with practical, classroom-tested strategies that support the care and protection of the environment
* To explore strategies to turn ideas into social action in the classroom, on the school yard and in the local community.
This workshop highlights the importance of making this a better world for teachers, students and for others in the community. It will provide members with a variety of practical, classroom tested strategies and resources that can be used to empower students to act locally while thinking globally.
Location: Sibley Room at the Lakehead Board Office (2135 Sills Street)
Date: Thursday January 22, 2015
Time: 4:15 – 6:15pm
Presenter: Sue Continelli (ETFO representative)
NOTE: A light dinner will be served. Please advise of any dietary requirements.
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please register as soon as possible to determine whether we have enough participants to hold the workshop.*