GreenLearning Canada

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Professional Development

Professional Development

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GreenLearning offers professional development workshops—on our various programs—at school board PD days, at subject association conferences, and at other venues.

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Students research a current energy topic and create their own eCard.
A popular online community for teaching and learning about climate change.
Energy and energy conservation education will have your students battling the Carbon Critters.
Students build working renewable energy models with ready-made construction plans and lessons.
A complete Science unit with downloadable lessons and online student activities.
Launch Science 7
A complete unit on ecosystems. Designed for the Alberta curriculum, but easily adapted for other curricula.
A complete unit on energy dynamics and energy in living systems as well as energy production, delivery and use.
Social Studies 20
A complete high school unit exploring the connections between how we live, the global economy, and the natural world.
Redfish School of Change
An intensive post secondary youth leadership field school, 18 participants, 5 weeks, 2 U-Vic credits.

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My Clean City
Made for YOUth by YOUth, My Clean City is a national leadership program that caters to the 21st century student volunteer. and are proud to offer our annual Solar Oven Challenge as a project students can participate in with My Clean City...
École Saint-Avila in Winnipeg, Manitoba
This year's deadline for entering the Staples Canada Recycle for Education Computer Lab Contest is February 21st, 2014. One of last year's winners was École Saint-Avila in Winnipeg, Manitoba who found a creative way to reuse water at their school...
M.E.LaZerte student environmental initiative
What began as a student environmental initiative expanded into a school-wide program to educate students, the community and the province on sustainable development...

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GreenLearning places the student first. The eCards program takes the student from inside their classroom, expands their knowledge and challenges them to reach out to someone and attempt to affect a positive change.

Stephen MacKinnon, recipient of the Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence

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