Author: Leaya

Take Me Outside

Because Not All Classrooms Have Four Walls: The SECOND ANNUAL TAKE ME OUTSIDE FOR LEARNING CHALLENGE is under way! Registrations closed Nov 1st for educators making a commitment to outdoor learning with their students – at least once a week

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Take Me Outside

BECAUSE NOT ALL CLASSROOMS HAVE FOUR WALLS The SECOND ANNUAL TAKE ME OUTSIDE FOR LEARNING CHALLENGE is under way! Registrations closed Nov 1st for educators making a commitment to outdoor learning with their students – at least once a week

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Community Food Mentors | Food For All

Community Food Mentors are empowered to partner with communities to increase food knowledge, skills and strengths, to facilitate bridging with community members of all backgrounds, and to support the capacity of communities to address food security. Who are CFMs? A

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Learning Inside Out | At-home Education Resources from LSF

Increasingly, educators understand the benefits of teaching outdoors to promote student wellness, engagement and learning. LSF has always advocated full-day learning as a tool for teaching sustainable development and inquisitive learning. So we’ve put together some great resources to help

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Learning Inside Out | At-home Education Resources from LSF

Increasingly, educators understand the benefits of teaching outdoors to promote student wellness, engagement and learning. LSF has always advocated full-day learning as a tool for teaching sustainable development and inquisitive learning. So we’ve put together some great resources to help

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Water – The Sacred Relationship

*le français suit* Water – The Sacred Relationship, is the result of a three year research project by Native Counselling Services of Alberta that features a documentary film, educational curriculum and a public policy research article. Guided by a circle

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Water – The Sacred Relationship

Water – The Sacred Relationship, is the result of a three year research project by Native Counselling Services of Alberta that features a documentary film, educational curriculum and a public policy research article. Guided by a circle of Cree Elders

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Decolonization Learning Journey

In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, the CSCNS embarked on an organizational learning journey beginning in the fall of 2018. At the completion of that program and through various initiatives since, the CSCNS is steadfast

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Wapikonia

Wapikonia’s Mission is to combat isolation and suicide among First Nations youth while developing artistic, technical, social, and professional skills. They Broadcast films and various public awareness issues facing First Nations while enhancing a rich culture. Mobility is an integral

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The Gaia Project

The Gaia Project is a non-profit charitable organization with the mission of empowering youth to take action on climate change through education. The Gaia Project, uses a unique approach to empower youth to take action. They incorporate inquiry-based education, curriculum

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