Edmonton Workshop November 21st 2018

ACEE is hosting a workshop on November 21st in Edmonton for those delivering environment, energy or climate change education programs in the Edmonton Region. This includes municipal or provincial government programs, non-profits or individuals. There is a morning and an afternoon session (see below for details). Feel free to attend one or both and please join us for lunch. The workshops and lunch are offered free of charge.

Date: November 21st, 2018

Morning workshop: 9:00am to 12:00pm

Lunch: 12:00 to 1:00pm

Afternoon workshop: 1:00 to 3:30pm (please bring a laptop or tablet)

Location: McKay Avenue School (Edmonton Public Schools Museum and Archives), 10425 99 Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5K 0E5

Morning workshop - Building on 'telling your stories' to demonstrate impact and tying into fund development strategies

In this workshop, you will...

  • build on the October workshop, demonstrating impact of your programs by using stories
  • have time to 'create your story'
  • explore how to tie these into your fund development strategies
  • network, share and learn from each other

Afternoon workshop - Aligning your programs with new curriculum

In this workshop, you will...

  • understand the shift in new curriculum to 'concept-based' and 'competency based' learning - guided by Michele Jones of the Edmonton Regional Learning Consortia
  • explore competencies using newly created 'environmental stewardship' competency cards
  • engage with the new drafts of K-4 curriculum (bring a laptop or tablet)
  • explore what this means for your programs

 

Please register so we ensure we have lunch for you.

If you have any questions, contact Kathy Worobec - kathy[at]abcee.org, 780-916-2511.

Contact Information
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