Alberta teachers, thank you for helping us exceed the ‘150 ways Schools show Climate Leadership’ by reaching 173 environmental and energy education initiatives. All of your projects are helping your students make a difference and giving them hope for their future.
In 2017, Alberta Curriculum Development for all grades and six core areas (math, science, social studies, language arts, health and wellness and arts) is well underway. The Curriculum for a Sustainable Futures continues to support curriculum development to infuse more environment, energy and climate change education across all grades and subjects.
In January 2017, Alberta Education's Expert Working Groups spent two-days hearing from non-profit groups.
Thank you for your interest in organizing your own event for Get Outside and Play Week, May 27-June 3. The success of this event relies of community groups and individuals like you! Follow the links below to access resources and ideas to support your event.
If you have any questions or would like to talk through your idea, contact Christina at 403-998-4782 or email@example.com.
Welcome! The early years are a time of discovery and exploration, and outdoor nature play is the perfect environment for this learning and growth to take place. Join us in celebrating outdoor play May 27-June 3, 2017 for Get Outside and Play Week!
Follow the links below to share your story and activities for Get Outside and Play Week. We have terrific prizes from generous sponsors. Everyone who share their family story will be eligible to win.
Edmonton Journal Opinion column posting - October 11, 2016
When it comes to climate leadership and energy efficiency in Alberta, I have a simple request for our leaders in government and schools: please don't forget about our children.