Place-Based Education In The New Curriculum

This session is an interactive discussion about the role of experiential and place-based learning in the renewed curriculum, including a connection to the First Peoples' Principles of Learning. The session will look at what teachers and districts across the province are doing to support integrating environmental/experiential/place-based learning into their practice. It will also explore the rich resources in Green Teacher magazine, a collection of great kid-tested ideas for fostering learning and inspiring action on environmental and other global issues, written by and for educators. Each teacher will leave with a copy of the magazine to use in their classroom.

Target Audience
Applicable to all (e.g. K-12)

Language of Instruction

Sponsoring PSA
Environmental Educators' PSA (EEPSA)



Jonathan Dyck

Jonathan Dyck is the Vice-President of the Environmental Educators' PSA (EEPSA).

Patrick Robertson

Patrick Robertson is a Teacher Educator at UBC.

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