ACEE Workshops for Teachers
Exploring Sustainability Through an Indigenous Lens - Getting Started with Your Students - a half-day pre-conference workshop at the 2021 North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) conference.
October 6 - 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Mountain
Fee: $25 (US)
go to the NAAEE registration page
click on 'Log In To Register' - this should take you to your profile page
click on 'Register: Conference and Research Symposium'
enter your profile information and go to 'Get Tickets'
select this workshop (you do not need to register for the entire conference)
pay with credit card
Having trouble, or have questions? Contact Marie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching about climate and energy solutions webinar series with ACEE, Green Teacher and GreenLearning featuring Markham Hislop of EnergiMedia
October 20th - 5:30pm MT - A simple model for teaching the energy transition
November 3rd - 5:30pm MT - Teaching about contrasting energy solutions
November 24th - 5:30pm MT - How do our current needs fit into the transition?
We're developing an exciting suite of workshops for this year. Stay tuned for more information here and in our newsletter - subscribe on our home page!
General Workshop Offerings
ACEE staff have presented at ATA conventions, conferences, and professional development learning days, and have also designed our own professional learning opportunities (conferences, leadership clinics, Alberta Green Schools, etc). Whether you’re interested in fun environmental activities to do in your schoolyard or engaging students in learning about energy and climate change, we have something for everyone AND every grade level. We love working with teachers, and we’ll work with master teachers to co-present the workshops below whenever possible. Please contact Marie Tremblay - email@example.com if you are interested in any of our workshops or if you have a request for a specific workshop topic not represented here.
We thank Alberta Ecotrust, the Chawkers Foundation, the Calgary Foundation, and the Suncor Energy Foundation for their financial support of this program.