Students research a current energy topic and create their own eCard. Appropriate for many grades and subjects.
Access the best lessons, videos, and research in energy educationJoin the growing community of teachers who use our web-based teaching tools in the classroom. Developed by teachers, for teachers. Easy to use and always free.
GreenLearning Energizing Education
Get Started >>
Professional DevelopmentJust for Teachers
GreenLearning offers professional development workshops—on our various programs—at school board PD days, at subject association conferences, and at other venues.
Online community for teaching and learning about climate change. Appropriate for many grades and subjects.
Students build working renewable energy models. With construction plans and lessons; for a variety of grades and subjects.
Complete Grade 5 to 6 Science unit with downloadable lessons and online student activities.
A complete unit on energy dynamics and energy in living systems as well as energy production, delivery and use.
A complete high school unit exploring the connections between how we live, the global economy, and the natural world.
A group of dedicated teachers are working collaboratively in COOL 2.0 to review, update and add activities to UNICEF Canada’s excellent Climate Change, Children and Youth. Release of the updated guide is expected in time for the 2013-2014 school year.
When you are teaching climate change and its consequences, do you find your students are disheartened and depressed?
- The winners of the 2013 Solar Oven Challenge made a terrific video! http://t.co/2ssSsA2rEF — 3 days 9 hours ago
- Congratulations to Erica Cameron's Grade 5 class. They won 1st place in the 2013 Solar Oven Challenge! All winners: http://t.co/7PGDj14k0P — 4 days 4 hours ago
- @zhygoat Thank you for your vote of confidence — 5 days 2 hours ago
- Win a $50 Staples Gift Card. Follow and mention @GreenLearning ... #teachers #education #green http://t.co/n17AhEEJQf — 5 days 9 hours ago
- @GreenLearning Keep on the good work - we'll be needing the resources you offer more and more. — 6 days 2 hours ago
What Teachers Are Saying
I used the whole Science 5 unit as we had NetBooks in the classroom. It allowed me to work with students individually. They could do much of it on their own. They could move ahead or take their time — working at their own pace.
Heather MacDonald, Devon, Alberta