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Session Number:
E14
Time:
2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room Number:
M1090
Speaker:
Paige Rosner
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Curriculum Focus:

Grade Level:
DIV II, DIV III, DIV IV,
Title:
How to be an Environmental Educator (no matter who or what you teach)
Topic:
Explore how teachers from any grade or specialty can incorporate Environmental Education into their teaching practice. Includes: local resources, example activities, stats, etc.
Summary:
If you are interested in learning more about how to incorporate Environmental Education into your teaching practice, regardless of the grade/subject you teach, this session will provide you with resources and information you need to get started. This presentation will include local resources, programming examples, tips on transportation, excellent guest speakers, outdoor teaching spaces in our area and many lesson ideas that incorporate new perspectives, physical wellness and inquiry-based learning. Environmental education is wonderful for engaging multiple perspectives, boosting student engagement, layering concepts and content and setting up future generations to better understand complex environmental issues and navigate sustainable solutions.
Biography:
Paige Rosner is an Environmental Educator at the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. She coordinates the Natural Leaders Project with grade school classes and professional development groups across the city.
 

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