Visit the Infusing Indigenous Knowledge Into Curriculum website for opportunities within the Alberta Curriculum. The group, led by a team of educators from the Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council Educational Authority, identified essential learning outcomes (ELOs) by viewing curriculum through the lens of land based learning (LBL), Cree ways of knowing and being (Nehiyaw Ways of Knowing), and the learning needs of students in their communities.
The John Muir Laws website is a resource of tools about nature journaling which includes instructional videos, lessons, and workshops to help you and your students start your nature journaling journey!
This picture book introduces its readers to the concept of Etuaptmumk, or Two Eyed Seeing, which recognizes the strength of Indigenous ways of knowing and the strength of western ways of knowing and uses both competencies together.
This innovative and vibrant resource honours the centuries-old healing traditions of Métis women. Christi Belcourt fuses her artwork with Indigenous Traditional Knowledge and western science. The book includes contributions from Métis Elders Rose Richardson and Olive Whitford, as well as key Michif phrases and terminology.
ArcGIS StoryMaps combine interactive maps, text, video, images and more to tell a story.
ArcGIS Survey123 turns surveys into maps that can be analyzed and shared with others.
ArcGIS Dashboards allow you to make sense of the world through innovative and easy-to-create visualizations of data.
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Clothing4Climate is a project-based learning unit that empowers students to learn about where their clothing comes from and make a difference through their choices.
The Canadian Network for Ocean Education provides toolkits for all Grade levels in a variety of subject areas featuring hands on activities and videos. Another resource is Ocean Education Wednesday for Junior High/High School, which provides ready-made slide decks every week as a PDF download, SMARTnotebook file, or Powerpoint presentation.
The iBiome series of educational STEM games invites kids from grades 3 to 8 to have fun while learning about environmental science. They’ll create their own habitats, try virtual experiments, and retain science-based curriculum through experiential learning. Whether they’re taking climate action with iBiome-Changing Ice, diving into marine biology with iBiome-Oceans, or uncovering wetland biodiversity with iBiome-Wetland, the iBiome series will make their screen time count towards an eco-mindset that they’ll continue to nurture for life.
Alberta's Native Trout is an interactive website to learn about Alberta's Native Trout, the different species, healthy trout habitat, risks to native trout, and how we can support native trout!
The Calgary Urban Forestry Map is an interactive tool that allows users to zoom in and find out what tree species are in our city. Students can also use the search tool to search by address or place.