Online Courses

Design Our Climate- explore strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in a scientifically-reviewed interactive simulation to help make informed choices about electricity, transportation, land use, buildings, and materials

Visualizing and Understanding the Science of Climate Change is a series of 9 online lessons/activities that teach students about the chemistry of climate change, impacts of climate change, climate feedback loops, effects on oceans, and responding to climate change. 

Isotopes Matter is an online interactive resource which includes a new IUPAC interactive periodic table of the isotopes and demonstrates how applications of isotopes relate to sustainability.



Energy Literacy Modules (Gr. 6-12) explore geothermal, biomass, solar, nuclear, wind, goal, tidal, petroleum, & hydro energy.

Habitat in the Balance Modules (Gr. 7-12) explore water stories, inhabitants stories, and land stories.

Wading in for Water Program (Science 14) is an instructional support resource that includes individual lesson plans, recommended resources, and suggestions for student assessment.

Teaching Activities for Climate Change Free Kit (includes energy-saving action cards, CD with Powerpoint presentations, and a teachers' guide. This program fits with secondary science, social studies, geography, and environmental studies).

Green Schools register as a Green School and complete action projects. 

The CONNECTIONS CTS program covers the following modules:

ENS 1010 Introduction to Environmental Stewardship
HSS 2030 Perspectives on Personal Relationships
HSS 1080 Leadership Fundamentals
HSS 1910 Project A
HSS 1090 Speaking and Presenting

The CONNECTIONS Program can be offered as a timetabled, semestered course; in before and after school timetabled slots; or, as an extra-curricular activity in which students commit to working on the program about twice a week (pre-trip 12 to 15 hours, 4 days on-site (at Kamp Kiwanis), and about 12 to 15 hours post-trip). 


CAWST Wavemakers has Teacher Resources and Learning tools for Grades 1-12 for students to explore water and sanitation issues in developing countries and how this can relate to their local communitiy.